Did you know that one in twelve Caucasian (8%), one in 20 Asian (5%) and one in 25 African (4%) males are colourblind? For the case of women, the probability goes down to one in 200 (0.5%). Still, this means that there are always colourblind people among the readers and the audience of the reports, papers and presentations that you produce. In academia, assuming that your next journal paper is reviewed by three white males (which is rather likely given the population in science nowadays), the probability that at least one of them is colourblind is 22%.Continue reading “Are your documents colourblind friendly?”
This webpage gathers some interesting resources on effective presentations. Continue reading “Resources on effective presentations: from the idea to the delivery”
I know this is not useful in my slide but when I send my slides, I want people to have these extra pieces of information.
You have probably used this excuse (used it myself too) when someone told you that your slides were a bit crowded with information. Continue reading “How to keep your slides effective while providing extra information when sending them?”