Tips: *Change text size on Mac: command +/- *Make a copy: Google Doc links can be shared in a way that those with the link are prompted to make a copy. Just copy the link in the document you are editing and change the end of the link part that includes "edit#" to "copy" and share the "copy" version with others. Example: Change- https://docs.google.com/a/example/edit# To- https://docs.google.com/a/example/copy *Eye dropper/magnifying glass to snip color from another part of your image *Use Keynote for future presentations instead of Haiku Deck because it allows for more manipulation *Fonts for screen: Futura and Tahoma are great (but not for printing) *CRAP/CARP- Principles of design: contrast, repetition (of style), alignment, proximity (white space)
Quotes: *"Using three crappy images is 3x as bad." -Sean Thompson *"Visual Literacy has its own vocabulary." *"Poor alignment is probably the biggest cause of bad design."