TIDBIT book 1: progressive disclosure
Progressive disclosure is the practice of revealing only one part of the message at a time...
the part you want the viewer to see while you talk about it.
Typically a slide is filled with lots of information. You discuss each important point. But what if you’re talking about one thing while people in your audience are looking at a different thing. Understanding plummets. Part of your message is missed. Your point just lost its power.
WHY DO WE USE PROGRESSIVE DISCLOSURE?
We use progressive disclosure to grab and hold the attention of the audience. To keep them on task with the message. To communicate more completely.