I learned a lot from the critique of my slide. First off, I learned that I didn’t have enough of my saxophone player. During the critique, Mrs. Hull stated that more nose was needed in the photo, so I decided to move the image slightly towards the right. Also, Mrs. Hull stated that the white background of my image blended in with the white slide background. To avoid this, I added blue borders around my photo to make it pop and to give it distinction. What I also learned was that having different size fonts in a sentence isn’t good. I was told that the different sized fonts of my photo hurt the eyes and made the quote hard to read. To fix this, I decided to make the font size 60 for each letter, and I also made sure all the words were on the same line. Lastly, I learned that empty space (which was prominent on my slide) is not pleasing. So, I decided to make my picture bigger, and to space out my words in a way that allowed for equal empty space.