This is because white is easy to read on and black offers the maximum amount of contrast as the text on white, and red is a great accent colour.
When picking colours, you could start with your branding colours or simply think which colours are readable.
Would white and teal work in terms of reading? Probably not. But a nice navy blue and white would. And if you choose an accent to navy and white, looking at a colour wheel would show you perhaps choosing yellow would be a nice compliment.
An engaging presentation relies on people being able to read it and for their eyes not to get distracted by too many colours in the powerpoint slides.
The last thing you want is your slide deck to look too gaudy and bright for your audience to read.
A way of thinking of colour and seeing its use in the real world is this: the next time you are in a cafe or fast-food restaurant, what colour and design are their menus? Menus have a detailed list of items but they’re very easy to use and very well designed in terms of colour and readability.
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