Asked in Math HistoryTechnology
What is the 8x8 rule of slides?
October 01, 2015 10:38PM
The following is an example of 8x8
the rule is to have
no more than eight lines of text per slide
and no more than eight words per line.
8 x 8 rule is to help us to
not overwhelm our audience
ensure that they can read the text.
works if you use only key words / phrases.
or in paragraph format.
the 8 x 8 rule of slides is to help us not to overwhelm our audience with too much information and it should ensure that all the members of your audience can view and read the text. the rule is to have no more than eight lines of text per slide and no more than eight words per line. You should be able to stick to this simple rule if you use only key words or phrases.
what is easier to read and get the main point quickly