Summary of How I redesigned 3 McKinsey slides (and made them better!)

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The YouTube video "How I redesigned 3 McKinsey slides (and made them better!)" discusses how the presenter made changes to three McKinsey slides to make them more readable and effective. The changes included removing a photo, changing the font and colors, and adding apostrophes to the axis labels. These changes made the slides more visually appealing and easier to understand.

  • 00:00:00 The author of the video takes three slides from the most prestigious consulting firm and makes them better by removing distracting photos and changing the flow and structure of the text to make it easier to read. The main focus of the content should be on the number on the slide, which is what the author believes connects with the title the most.
  • 00:05:00 The video demonstrates how the designer redesigned three slides from McKinsey and made them better. The first slide is about goods and data flows across the globe, and the second slide is about key enablers for digitalization. The third slide is about how to improve the title and legend of the slides. The designer recommends splitting the text into two sections and making the title bigger and the text more to the point.
  • 00:10:00 The presenter redesigns three McKinsey slides to make them easier to read and understand. He removes a photo and decreases the number of lines on the chart to focus on the main message. He changes the color and font of the lines to match the title and content. Finally, he removes the legend, which takes up space and makes it difficult to see which line is which. This makes the slide easier to read and focus on the main message.
  • 00:15:00 This YouTube video is about how the designer of three McKinsey slides changed them to make them more appealing. One improvement that the designer made was to move the title over a bit, to space out the legend, and to add apostrophes to the axis labels to make them more clear. The designer also changed the percent sign to numbers next to the numbers themselves to make it more visible. Overall, the slides were improved by these changes.

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