Often diagrams will be displayed to assist audience understanding, and as the saying goes a picture can replace a thousand words. However the issue with most diagrams is that the presenter wants to reference a small section of the diagram. The result is an audience which heads on a journey of discovery as they try and decipher and understand the rest of the diagram, leaving you as the presenter talking about one aspect, while the audience is thinking about another aspect.
The key to changing this is to display only the part of the diagram or schematic that is relevant for the presentation you are delivering.
Technical presentations are the most challenging and difficult presentations to prepare and deliver. But, with the assistance of the tips covered in this article you can master the presentation, and become an expert in the eyes of your audience.