Framework: TO023 – to023_v02
The animation is what makes this slide. Consider using it if you want to establish a light tone. The letters fly in one by one from the right, but the "s" bumps into the "n" and then corrects itself. It is slightly playful.
This simple questions graphic is eligible for both line and fill coloring.
You can always couple the simple questions graphic with an appropriate photograph or marketing collateral to complete the page. You can always use it alone, of course. We suggest that you use your title page for the Q&A page instead of a content page. Question slides are usually the last page of the presentation and it's nice to finish a presentation with the same look as the title page.
See the tutorial for other formatting tips.
Part of series: TO023 Tool 023 – Questions
Series Keywords: Q&A, questions, answers, discussion
Questions-and-answers slides are usually not very interesting. The frameworks in this series are interesting and unique! The text on these slides are graphics (instead of fonts), so the words can be formatted and animated more broadly.
Each of the downloads in this series has been animated. Be sure to read the framework detail to learn how each variation was approached and assembled. Then download a few and view them in slide show mode. The thumbnails do not do them justice.
V07 and v11 use puzzles to suggest a missing piece that will be filled by a question-and-answer period. We created the picture for the puzzle message. You can create your own puzzle messages for a more targeted slide. The FAQ entitled, "How do I cut a photograph into puzzle pieces" will help you make your targeted message into the puzzle pieces. There is more discussion on this in the tutorial.
The tutorial will be helpful if you want to reformat or reanimate the downloads. We added a downloadable animation scheme, but all of the downloads are animated. You can decide if you want to download it or not.
Key search words: Q&A, questions, answers, discussion