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Published: January 06, 2021
When you're focused on creating a meaningful, persuasive presentation, it's easy to overlook the cover page. But giving that first page of your deck a little more love can actually go a long way towards grabbing your audience's attention early on and setting the tone for the rest of your presentation.
A stunning presentation cover page can intrigue your audience into wanting to know more and increase engagement with the information you’re presenting. On the other hand, a lackluster slide, or even the lack of one, can dampen audience enthusiasm for your presentation, and maybe even your own.
You've put so much work into your presentation -- why waste that valuable real estate on the first slide of your deck?
In this post, we'll cover the basics of creating a presentation cover page that's informative and attention-grabbing. Let's dive in.
What's included in a presentation cover page?
A good presentation cover page accomplishes three simple things:
- It introduces the topic with a straightforward title.
- It introduces you (and your organization, if applicable)
- It sets the tone of your presentation.
We probably don't need to tell you this one, but your presentation cover page should be centered around a title. And ideally, a title that's straightforward, descriptive, and simple. If you're finding it hard to keep your title short, add a subtitle (in smaller print) to clarify what you'll be speaking about.
Next, identify the person (or group) who will be giving the presentation. In some cases, this will be as simple as including your own name, and in others, you'll want to include your company name, logo, department, or other identifying information. As a general guideline, you'll need less identifying information if you're giving an internal presentation.
If your audience is mainly folks outside of your company (or there are plans to distribute your deck externally) you'll typically want to include more information to identify your company clearly.
A successful cover page sets the "tone" of your deck -- but what does that really mean? The colors, imagery, fonts, and placements of different elements on your cover page all create a specific visual style that the rest of your deck should follow.
A well-designed page conveys a sense of professionalism and preparedness that a simple monochrome text slide simply cannot. Even if you're not a design expert, you need to pay attention to the aesthetics of your cover page. Fortunately, it's easier than ever to find free, professional-looking presentation templates without needing a degree in graphic design. Whatever you choose, it's important to remain relevant to your presentation (and, if applicable, your company's branding).
We'll explore a few examples of cover pages below so you can see how different elements converge to set the tone for a variety of different presentations.
Presentation Cover Page Examples
Below, we've compiled a number of presentation cover pages that succeed in different areas. Remember: there's no single perfect format for a presentation cover page, but hopefully, you get some inspiration from this list.
Setting An Emotional Tone
The right presentation page can set an emotional tone as well as a visual one. This presentation cover page for a nonprofit conveys a mission-driven approach to protecting nature, with a well-selected, relevant image, and a call-to-action directly in the subtitle. (Photo by Andy Køgl on Unsplash )
Focusing on a Photo
You don't need to overcomplicate the format of your cover page, especially if you have a great photo to use as a full background image. A simple stock photo here provides a clean backdrop for this presentation on remote work. Just make sure your title text is legible over any background photo you decide to use. (Photo by Corinne Kutz on Unsplash )
Leading With Your Brand
Even if you're the central speaker for a presentation, it might make more sense to highlight your team or brand on your cover page, instead of including your own personal information (you can always include your own contact info at the end of your deck for follow-up questions). Context (if you're speaking at a particular event or annual meeting) can be important to highlight as well on your cover page.
There's a big difference between a cover slide you didn't put much thought into and a slide that makes good use of whitespace and leans on strong copy. Sometimes, the best way to lead an audience into your presentation is to create space for a little mystery.
If you're giving a more casual presentation or a pitch that doesn't need to follow a particular format, consider going the minimal route and opening with a simple cover page slide that asks your audience a question (one that you of course plan to answer).
Set a Purpose
Many presentations include an agenda slide directly after your cover slide, but that doesn't mean you can use your cover slide to set a clear purpose upfront. Consider using your subtitle to explain a more robust (but still simple!) description of what you'll cover.
Presentation Cover Page Templates
Instead of creating your presentation cover page from scratch, using a template can take much of the work out of the process. Check out these websites for templates that you can use for your presentation or for inspiration to create your own designs.
A tried-and-true favorite of many marketing teams, Canva offers up a wide selection of modern, drag-and-drop presentation templates with truly unique cover pages. If you're on the hunt for a cover page that looks like you hired a graphic designer to create it just for you, Canva is a good place to start your search. Canva offers both free and paid options.
Beautiful.ai has an intuitive, highly-customizable presentation builder that allows you to import your own visual elements directly from your computer or a Dropbox folder. Like Canva, they offer a number of free and paid template options (with great cover pages). Their biggest differentiating feature is their (frankly, very cool) adaptive AI technology, which intuits how you're trying to design a slide and makes changes automatically to suit the direction of your project.
For a completely free option with cover page starter template to suit a wide range of different projects across different formats, check out EDIT. Their online tool is specifically designed to create cover pages in a simple, easy-to-use interface.
Another highly-customizable template source is Visme, which gives users the ability to select a starting template from their (expansive) library and customize elements in a simple web editor.
VectorStock® has a massive selection of PowerPoint presentation cover page templates for purchase if you're looking for something that's ready to plug and go without the need for customization (beyond adding your own name and title, of course).
First Impressions Matter
For better or worse, audiences will judge a presentation by its cover page. Because of this, it’s vital that you give your cover page the care and attention that it deserves. Ultimately, a cover page isn't simply a placeholder, it’s a vital component that can drum up interest for your presentation. The best part is that with the tools available online, you don’t have to be an artist to create a stunning presentation cover page.
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The meeting presentations will be heard, viewed, captioned, and recorded through an online teleconferencing platform. During the morning session, the Committee will discuss supplemental biologics license application (sBLA) 125746.74 for CARVYKTI (ciltacabtagene autoleucel), suspension for intravenous infusion, submitted by Janssen Biotech, Inc. The proposed indication for this product is for the treatment of adult patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma, who have received at least one prior line of therapy, including a proteasome inhibitor, and an immunomodulatory agent, and are refractory to lenalidomide. The Committee will have a general discussion focused on the overall survival data in the Study MMY3002 (CARTITUDE-4) and the risk and benefit of ciltacabtagene autoleucel in the intended population. During the afternoon session, the Committee will discuss sBLA 125736.218 for ABECMA (idecabtagene vicleucel), suspension for intravenous infusion, submitted by Celgene Corp., a Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. The proposed indication is for the treatment of adult patients with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma who have received an immunomodulatory agent, a proteasome inhibitor, and an anti-CD38 monoclonal antibody. The Committee will have a general discussion focused on the overall survival data in the Study MM-003 (KarMMa-3) and the risk and benefit of idecabtagene vicleucel in the intended population.
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In the Header and Footer dialog box, click the Slide tab.
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To number the slide that you have selected, select the Slide number check box, and then click Apply . Repeat this step for each individual slide that you want to number.
To number all slides but the first slide, select the Slide number check box, select Don’t show on title slide , and then click Apply to All .
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On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Date & Time .
In the Header and Footer box, do one of the following:
If you want to add the date and time to your slides, click the Slide tab.
If you want to add the date and time to your notes pages, click the Notes and Handouts tab.
Select the Date and time check box, and then do one of the following:
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If you want to set the date and time to a specific date, click Fixed , and then in the Fixed box, type in the date that you want.
By setting the date on your presentation so that it is Fixed , you can easily keep track of the last time you made changes to it.
If you want to add the date and time to all of the slides, notes pages, or handouts in your presentation, click Apply to All .
On the Insert tab, in the Text group, click Slide Number .
If you want to add page numbers to notes pages, click the Notes and Handouts tab, and then select the Page number check box.
On the Design tab, in the Page Setup group, click Page Setup .
In the Page Setup box, in the Number Slides from drop-down list, select a starting number.
If you want the date and time to reflect the current date and time each time you open or print the presentation, click Update automatically , and then select the date and time format that you want.
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How to Prepare a Paper Presentation
Last Updated: October 4, 2023 Fact Checked
This article was co-authored by Patrick Muñoz . Patrick is an internationally recognized Voice & Speech Coach, focusing on public speaking, vocal power, accent and dialects, accent reduction, voiceover, acting and speech therapy. He has worked with clients such as Penelope Cruz, Eva Longoria, and Roselyn Sanchez. He was voted LA's Favorite Voice and Dialect Coach by BACKSTAGE, is the voice and speech coach for Disney and Turner Classic Movies, and is a member of Voice and Speech Trainers Association. There are 9 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been fact-checked, ensuring the accuracy of any cited facts and confirming the authority of its sources. This article has been viewed 358,300 times.
A paper is bad enough, but presentations are even more nerve-wracking. You've got the writing down, but how do you turn it into a dynamic, informative, enjoyable presentation? Why, here's how!
Guidelines and Audience
- Know how long the speech must be.
- Know how many points you're required to cover.
- Know if you must include sources or visuals.
- If you're presenting to people you know, it'll be easy to know what to break down and what to gloss over. But if you're presenting to unknown stockholders or faculty, for instance, you need to know about them and their knowledge levels, too. You may have to break your paper down into its most basic concepts. Find out what you can about their backgrounds.
- Does the facility have a computer and projector screen?
- Is there a working WiFi connection?
- Is there a microphone? A podium?
- Is there someone who can assist you in working the equipment before your presentation?
Script and Visuals
- Only have one point per notecard -- that way you won't end up searching the notecard for your information. And don't forget to number the cards in case you get mixed up! And the points on your cards shouldn't match your paper; instead of regurgitating information, discuss why the key points of your paper are important or the different points of view on this topic within the field.
- As you go through this outline, remove any jargon if it may not be understood.
- If you won't have access to the proper technology, print visual aids on poster board or foam-core board.
- If using presentation software, use words sparingly, but enough to get your point across. Think in phrases (and pictures!), not sentences. Acronyms and abbreviations are okay on the screen, but when you talk, address them fully. And remember to use large fonts -- not everyone's vision is fantastic.  X Research source
- It's okay to be a bit repetitive. Emphasizing important ideas will enhance comprehension and recall. When you've gone full circle, cycle back to a previous point to lead your audience to the right conclusion.
- Minimize the unnecessary details (the procedure you had to go through, etc.) when highlighting the main ideas you want to relay. You don't want to overload your audience with fluff, forcing them to miss the important stuff.
- Show enthusiasm! A very boring topic can be made interesting if there is passion behind it.
Practice, Practice, and More Practice
- If you can grab a friend who you think has a similar knowledge level to your audience, all the better. They'll help you see what points are foggier to minds with less expertise on the topic.
- It'll also help you with volume. Some people get rather timid when in the spotlight. You may not be aware that you're not loud enough!
- Do the same with your conclusion. Thank everyone for their time and open the floor for any questions, if allowed.
- Make eye contact with people in the audience to help build your connection with them.
What Is The Best Way To Start a Presentation?
- Most people get nervous while public speaking.  X Research source You are not alone.  X Trustworthy Source Mayo Clinic Educational website from one of the world's leading hospitals Go to source Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 1
- Visual aids not only help the audience, but they can help jog your memory if you forget where you are in your presentation. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0
- Rehearse in front of a mirror before your presentation. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0
- Answer questions only if it is related to your presentation. Keep these to the end of your talk. Thanks Helpful 76 Not Helpful 14
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- ↑ https://theihs.org/blog/prepare-for-a-paper-presentation-at-an-academic-conference/
- ↑ https://writingcenter.unc.edu/conference-papers/
- ↑ https://www.ncsl.org/legislators-staff/legislative-staff/legislative-staff-coordinating-committee/tips-for-making-effective-powerpoint-presentations.aspx
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qZMPW5g-v8
- ↑ https://twp.duke.edu/sites/twp.duke.edu/files/file-attachments/paper-to-talk.original.pdf
- ↑ http://www.cs.swarthmore.edu/~newhall/presentation.html
- ↑ https://www.forbes.com/sites/georgebradt/2014/09/10/big-presentation-dont-do-it-have-a-conversation-instead/#6d56a3f23c4b
- ↑ https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/smashing-the-brainblocks/201711/why-are-we-scared-public-speaking
- ↑ https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/specific-phobias/expert-answers/fear-of-public-speaking/faq-20058416
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To prepare a paper presentation, create an outline of your content, then write your script on note cards or slides using software like PowerPoint. Be sure to stick to one main point per card or slide! Next, design visual aids like graphics, charts, and bullet points to illustrate your content and help the audience follow along. Then, practice giving your presentation in front of friends and family until you feel ready to do it in class! For tips on creating an outline and organizing your information, read on! Did this summary help you? Yes No
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