I am an undergraduate student who is assigned with the tasks of implementing presentations for my project work. I need to know if there is a site on Stack Exchange to ask about the best practices (as in if some particular ABC topic could go in a better way if inserted prior to some other XYZ topic) in presentations or the organized manner of writing one. I am not asking for proofreading purposes (which is highly off-topic on ELL and ELU), I am asking about organization, designing and stuff.
- microsoft-powerpoint (https://superuser.com ) returns 1250 questions. But it's very likely that asking for best practices or the format of writing one will be off-topic. Anyway the tag excerpt doesn't help
Commercial software presentation program included in all editions of the Microsoft Office suite.
- microsoft-powerpoint (https://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/) returns 114 questions
Questions about the presentation software from Microsoft, based on a "slideshow" methodology.
Anyway, maybe you are giving too much emphasis on the tool while what you might be looking is techniques for visual aids for public speaking, but that might be too broad... and you should think on the purpose of your presentation (as a human act, rather than a document)
- presentation (Academia) has 492 questions
Oral presentations: preparation of slides, preparation of the talk, delivery…
- presentations (The Workplace) has only 42 questions, no tag excerpt.