A quad chart is a graphical way of presenting information in a compact format. It is not designed to be an exhaustive presentation of information but something that is easy to digest and highlights information you want to convey.
We have included a number of PowerPoint examples. You can use or modify one of these or come up with your own version.
The examples include box titles that are similar to those found in our presentation examples. Again, these are just suggestions and you can change them as needed. Likewise, you can include graphics, change colors, etc.
We do have some basic recommendations:
- Keep it simple (stupid), as in the KISS principle
- Bullet points help highlight a list of items
- Don't go overboard with graphics or fonts, remember KISS