Global Experiments in Presentation Delivery & Design

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A quick walkthrough some of the events around presentations delivery and distinctive design styles... delivered at Vocalite's first meeup in New Delhi on 18th Oct, 2008 at NSIC Complex

A quick walkthrough some of the events around presentations delivery and distinctive design styles... delivered at Vocalite's first meeup in New Delhi on 18th Oct, 2008 at NSIC Complex

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  • 1. Global Experiments in Presentation Delivery & Design
  • 2.
    • Japanese origin
    • Means “sound of conversation”
    • Started by designers (architects actually)
    • Format : 20 images X 20 secs (6 min 40 sec)
    • Since 2003 : 144 locations globally
  • 3. Pecha Kucha Presentations on SlideShare
  • 4.
    • From O’Reilly (mostly USA)
    • Format : 20 slides, 15 sec each
    • Time on stage : 5 min
    • Slides rotate automatically
  • 5. Ignite Presentations on SlideShare
  • 6. Presentation Tennis
    • - Inspired by Photoshop Tennis
    • Collaborative creativity
    • Each member contributes a slide
    • “ Wisdom of crowds”
    • - Now a popular SlideShare Meme
  • 7.  
  • 8.
    • Fun Event
    • Inspired by Live Karaoke singing
    • Present to someone else’s slides
  • 9.  
  • 10.
    • Fun Event (like Karaoke)
    • Improvise presentation from unseen slide deck
    • Format : 20 slides
    • Usually alongside bigger technology conferences
    • Mostly USA
  • 11.  
  • 12. Distinctive Presentation Styles
  • 13. Presentation Zen Style
    • Avoid bullets
    • Minimum Text
    • Minimalist Design
    • Focus on message
    • Relies on Imagery & Iconography
  • 14. Guy Kawasaki Style
    • 10 / 20 / 30 Rule
    • Max 10 slides
    • Max 20 minutes
    • Min 30 font size text
  • 15. Lessig Style
    • Each slide has 4 - 5 words
    • No of slides is high (200-300)
    • Delivered very fast
  • 16. Doodling Style
    • Hand Written
    • Use a WACOM tablet / Nintendo DS
  • 17. Post It Notes Style
    • Write on Post It Notes
    • Take photographs
  • 18. Thank You Slides on SlideShare