Train The Trainer at SoftUni (Mistake 48 of 50): Different Fonts

In the previous post, we discussed the issue with how images should be used. Now I want to stress out another important one – mixing fonts and mixing them in a bad way.

Mistake: Using one font type for slide x and completely different font type fox slide y.

Why is this a problem: Your slides do not look consistent and you leave the impression that you overlooked something or you copied the slide from a different presentation.

Solution:  For a start, use fonts from the same font families. You can download a lot of incredible fonts completely for free. And if you really want to know how to combine them, you can find the information here. 

48 steps to becoming a great trainer and counting! Cool, right?

Next: Read Mistake 49 – Color Combinations

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