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  1. “ PowerPoint       Presenta(on Bill  Peng,  2011.12.3
  2. Speechvs.Presenta(on
  3. “Present” To  show  something  from  a  par=cular  point     of  view  or  in  a  par=cular  wayHow  we  show  Ideas  to  others
  4. Speaker! Body  Slides Language Presenta=on   Vocal   Content Variety Interac=on
  5. Slides  50%  Presenter   Bridge    Audience              
  6. Then,  What  are      “GOOD  Slides”? Let’s  see  what  are    “BAD  Slides”  First!
  7. Preview:  Life  ASer  Death  by  PowerPoint
  8. So  now  you  know  what  you  should   NOT  Do  in  the  PPT  Presenta=on.Then  what  should     we  Do?  
  9. The  Following    Introduc(on  Structure     is  based  on…
  10. 1 2 34 8  Principles  of  Slide  Design5 6 7 8
  11. 1 “
  12. The  Story  of  Steve  Jobs  in  Apple  Inc:   Return  and  resign•  Return  to  Apple  •  In  1996,  Apple  announced  that  it  would  buy  NeXT  for  $429  million.  The   deal  was  finalized  in  late  1996,[62]  bringing  Jobs  back  to  the  company  he   had  co-­‐founded.    •  In  March  1998,  to  concentrate  Apples  efforts  on  returning  to  profitability,   Jobs  terminated  a  number  of  projects,  such  as  Newton,  Cyberdog,  and   OpenDoc.  In  the  coming  months,  many  employees  developed  a  fear  of   encountering  Jobs  while  riding  in  the  elevator,   –   afraid  that  they  might  not  have  a  job  when  the  doors  opened.    •  Under  Jobss  guidance  the  company  increased  sales  significantly  with  the   introduc=on  of  the  iMac  and  other  new  products;  since  then,  appealing   designs  and  powerful  branding  have  worked  well  for  Apple.    •  At  the  2000  Macworld  Expo,  Jobs  officially  dropped  the  interim  modifier   from  his  =tle  at  Apple  and  became  permanent  CEO.[65]    •  Jobs  quipped  at  the  =me  that  he  would  be  using  the  =tle  iCEO.[66]  
  13. The$Story$of$Steve$Jobs$in$Apple$Inc:$ The$Story$of$Steve$Jobs$in$Apple$Inc:$ Return$and$resign Return$and$resign•  ReturntoApple ReturntoApple•  In$1996,$Apple$announced$that$it$would$buy$NeXT$for$$429$million.$The$ deal$was$finalized$in$late$1996,[62]$bringing$Jobs$back$to$the$company$he$ •  1996:$Apple$bought$NeXT$$ had$coMfounded.$$•  In$March$1998,$to$concentrate$Apples$efforts$on$returning$to$profitability,$ •  1998:$projects$terminaDon$ Jobs$terminated$a$number$of$projects,$such$as$Newton,$Cyberdog,$and$ –  Newton,$Cyber$dog,$and$OpenDoc.$$ OpenDoc.$In$the$coming$months,$many$employees$developed$a$fear$of$ encountering$Jobs$while$riding$in$the$elevator,$ –  many$employees$“afraid$that$they$might$not$have$a$ –  $afraid$that$they$might$not$have$a$job$when$the$doors$opened.$$ job$when$the$doors$opened.$“$•  Under$Jobss$guidance$the$company$increased$sales$significantly$with$the$ introducXon$of$the$iMac$and$other$new$products;$since$then,$appealing$ designs$and$powerful$branding$have$worked$well$for$Apple.$$ •  iMac:$Jobss$guidance$of$appealing$designs$and$•  At$the$2000$Macworld$Expo,$Jobs$officially$dropped$the$interim$modifier$ powerful$branding$$ from$his$Xtle$at$Apple$and$became$permanent$CEO.[65]$$•  Jobs$quipped$at$the$Xme$that$he$would$be$using$the$Xtle$iCEO.[66]$ •  2000:$iCEO$ Bad Gooda.
  14. The  Story  of  Steve  Jobs  in  Apple  Inc:   Return  and  resignReturn  to  Apple  •  1996:  Apple  bought  NeXT     5  Bullet  Point•  1998:  projects  termina=on   Short  phrases –  Newton,  Cyber  dog,  and  OpenDoc.     –  many  employees  “afraid  that  they  might  not  have  a   job  when  the  doors  opened.  “  •  iMac:  Jobss  guidance  of  appealing  designs  and   powerful  branding    •  2000:  iCEO  
  15. Only  one  idea  on  a  single  slide  at  a  =me 1996 1998 The$Story$of$Steve$Jobs$in$Apple$Inc:$ Apple%bought%NeXT% Projects(Termina;on Return$and$resign Newton,(Cyberdog,(and(OpenDoc.(( ReturntoApple Employees(( •  1996:$Apple$bought$NeXT$$ “Afraid(that(they(might(not(have( a(job(when(the(doors(opened.(“( •  1998:$projects$terminaDon$ –  Newton,$Cyber$dog,$and$OpenDoc.$$ –  many$employees$“afraid$that$they$might$not$have$a$ job$when$the$doors$opened.$“$ •  iMac:$Jobss$guidance$of$appealing$designs$and$ powerful$branding$$ 1999 2000 iMac:)Jobss)guidance)of •  2000:$iCEO$ Appealing)Designs) +)Powerful)Branding) !!!!!Become!iCEOb. Good Beser
  16. 1996 Apple  bought  NeXT  
  17. 1998Projects  Termina=onNewton,  Cyberdog,  and  OpenDoc.     Employees:     “Afraid  that  they  might  not  have   a  job  when  the  doors  opened.  “  
  18. 1999iMac:  Jobss  guidance  of Appealing  Designs   +  Powerful  Branding  
  19. 2000          Become  iCEO
  20. •  Put  all  you  want  to  say  on  the  slide  •  Meaningless  anima=on  •  Endless  bullet-­‐points  •  Bad  color  design  and  meaningless  images  •  Invisible  words
  21. Mistake(2:( Mistake(1:( ((((((Meaningless(anima/on ((((((Put(all(you(want(to(say(on(slides •  Put$all$you$want$to$say$on$the$slide$ •  Meaningless$anima3on$ •  Endless$bullet6points$ •  Bad$color$design$and$meaningless$images$ •  Invisible$words Mistake(4:( Mistake(3:( ((((((Bad(color(design(and(meaningless(images( ((((((Endless(bullet1points( (b. Good Beser
  22. Mistake  1:              Put  all  you  want  to  say  on  slides
  23. Mistake  2:              Meaningless  anima=on
  24. Mistake  3:              Endless  bullet-­‐points  
  25. Mistake  4:              Bad  color  design  and  meaningless  images    
  26. Mistake  5:                Invisible  words    Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words  Invisible  words
  27. It  is  beser  for  them  to     share  some  iden=cal  feature Beserb.
  28. The$Story$of$Steve$Jobs$in$Apple$Inc:$ ReturntoApple Return$and$resignReturntoApple •  1996:%Apple%bought%NeXT%%•  1996:$Apple$bought$NeXT$$ •  1998:%projects%terminaon%•  1998:$projects$terminaDon$ –  Newton,(Cyber(dog,(and(OpenDoc.(( –  Newton,$Cyber$dog,$and$OpenDoc.$$ –  many(employees(“afraid(that(they(might(not(have(a(job( –  many$employees$“afraid$that$they$might$not$have$a$ when(the(doors(opened.(“( job$when$the$doors$opened.$“$•  iMac:$Jobss$guidance$of$appealing$designs$and$ •  iMac:(Jobss(guidance(of(( powerful$branding$$ Appealing%Designs(+(Powerful%Branding%%•  2000:$iCEO$ •  2000:%iCEO% Good Beserc.
  29. Return  to  Apple•  1996:  Apple  bought  NeXT    •  1998:  projects  termina(on   –  Newton,  Cyber  dog,  and  OpenDoc.     –  many  employees  “afraid  that  they  might  not  have  a  job   when  the  doors  opened.  “  •  iMac:  Jobss  guidance  of     Appealing  Designs  +  Powerful  Branding    •  2000:  iCEO  
  30. Return  to  Apple•  1996:  Apple  bought  NeXT    •  1998:  projects  termina(on   –  Newton,  Cyber  dog,  and  OpenDoc.     –  many  employees  “ afraid   not   that  they  might   have  a  job  when  the  doors  opened.  “  •  iMac:  Jobss  guidance  of     Appealing  Designs  +  Powerful  Branding    •  2000:  iCEO  
  31. Toastmasters  is  good!   Toastmasters  is  good!   Toastmasters  is  good!   Toastmasters  is  good!   Toastmasters  is  good!   Toastmasters  is  good!   Toastmasters  is  good!  Toastmasters  is  good!   c. Good Bad
  32. Avoiding  too  many  Lines     in  a  single  slide  c.
  33. 1.
  34. 2 ““
  35. Toastmasters  Interna=onal•  Toastmasters  Interna(onal  (TI)  is  a  nonprofit  educa=onal  organiza=on  that   operates  clubs  worldwide  for  the  purpose  of  helping  members  improve   their  communica=on,  public  speaking  and  leadership  skills.    •  The  organiza=on  grew  out  of  a  single  club,  Smedley  Club  Number  1,  which  would   become  the  first  Toastmasters  club.  It  was  founded  by  Ralph  C.  Smedley  on   October  22,  1924,  at  the  YMCA  in  Santa  Ana,  California,  United  States.   Toastmasters  Interna=onal  was  incorporated  under  California  law  on  December   19,  1932.  Throughout  its  history,  Toastmasters  has  served  over  four  million   people,  and  today  the  organiza=on  serves  over  260,000  members  in  113  countries,   through  its  over  12,800  member  clubs.a.
  36. Toastmasters  Interna=onal•  Toastmasters  Interna(onal  (TI)  is  a  nonprofit  educa=onal  organiza=on  that   operates  clubs  worldwide  for  the  purpose  of  helping  members  improve   their  communica=on,  public  speaking  and  leadership  skills.    •  The  organiza=on  grew  out  of  a  single  club,  Smedley  Club  Number  1,  which  would   become  the  first  Toastmasters  club.  It  was  founded  by  Ralph  C.  Smedley  on   October  22,  1924,  at  the  YMCA  in  Santa  Ana,  California,  United  States.   Toastmasters  Interna=onal  was  incorporated  under  California  law  on  December   19,  1932.  Throughout  its  history,  Toastmasters  has  served  over  four  million   people,  and  today  the  organiza=on  serves  over  260,000  members  in  113  countries,   through  its  over  12,800  member  clubs.a.
  37. Toastmasters  Interna=onal•  Toastmasters  Interna(onal  (TI)  is  a  nonprofit  educa=onal  organiza=on  that   operates  clubs  worldwide  for  the  purpose  of  helping  members  improve   their  communica=on,  public  speaking  and  leadership  skills.    •  The  organiza=on  grew  out  of  a  single  club,  Smedley  Club  Number  1,  which  would   become  the  first  Toastmasters  club.  It  was  founded  by  Ralph  C.  Smedley  on   October  22,  1924,  at  the  YMCA  in  Santa  Ana,  California,  United  States.   Toastmasters  Interna=onal  was  incorporated  under  California  law  on  December   19,  1932.  Throughout  its  history,  Toastmasters  has  served  over  four  million   people,  and  today  the  organiza=on  serves  over  260,000  members  in  113  countries,   through  its  over  12,800  member  clubs.a.
  38. Toastmasters)Interna,onal•  Toastmasters)Interna,onal)(TI))is)a)nonprofit)educa,onal)organiza,on)that) operates)clubs)worldwide)for)the)purpose)of)helping)members)improve) their)communica,on,)public)speaking)and)leadership)skills.))•  The)organiza,on)grew)out)of)a)single)club,)Smedley)Club)Number)1,)which)would) become)the)first)Toastmasters)club.)It)was)founded)by)Ralph)C.)Smedley)on) October)22,)1924,)at)the)YMCA)in)Santa)Ana,)California,)United)States.) Toastmasters)Interna,onal)was)incorporated)under)California)law)on)December) 19,)1932.)Throughout)its)history,)Toastmasters)has)served)over)four)million) people,)and)today)the)organiza,on)serves)over)260,000)members)in)113)countries,) !  A non-profit organization through)its)over)12,800)member)clubs. !  Founded in California in 1924 !  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs Bad Gooda.
  39. ü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  40. !  A non-profit organization!  Founded in California in 1924!  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs Good Beserb.
  41. Beau=ful  and  Expressive  BackgroundSupport  the  Same  Idea  as  the  Content
  42. Toastmasters Internationalü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  43. Toastmasters Internationalü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  44. Toastmasters Internationalü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  45. Copy Original !  A non-profit organization!  Founded in California in 1924!  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubsb.2.  The  Special  Highlight   1.  Darkened  Background  
  46. Toastmasters Internationalü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  47. Toastmasters Internationalü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  48. Toastmasters Internationalü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  49. 1.  Darkened  Background   Toastmasters Internationalü  A non-profit organizationü  Founded in California in 1924ü  Serves over 230,000 members in about 115 countries through more than 11,500 clubs
  50. 1.  Darkened  Background  2.  The  Special  Highlight  
  51. 2.
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  53. a.
  54. (左)上一張螢幕變黑 音量調整 (右)下一張
  55. (左)上一張螢幕變黑 音量調整 (右)下一張
  56. b.
  57. Slides Body  Speaker! Language Presenta=on   Vocal  Content Variety Interac=on   with   Audience
  58. c.
  59. 3.
  60. 4“ “
  61. Return  and  ResignThe  Story  of  Steve  Jobs  in  Apple  Inc.
  62. Return!and!Resign ReturnandResign TheStoryofSteveJobsinAppleInc. The!Story!of!Steve!Jobs!in!Apple!Inc. Bad Gooda.
  63. Return  and  ResignThe  Story  of  Steve  Jobs  in  Apple  Inc.
  64. If  you  use  the  default  directly…Return  and  ResignThe  Story  of  Steve  Jobs  in  Apple  Inc.
  65. Rule  of  Three Return  and  ResignThe  Story  of  Steve  Jobs  in  Apple  Inc.
  66. Do  not  stay  in  a  single  slide  too   long,  and  avoid  using  the  same   speed  during  the  Presenta=on.b.
  67. DON’T  be  the  “Same”   DON’T  be  too  “Slow”b.
  68. Using  the  Same  Speed  during   Presenta=on……  
  69. Present  with  Different  Pace
  70. c.
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  75. 4.
  76. 5 “
  77. NTU  Toastmasters-­‐The  home  to  your  Heart-­‐
  78. NTU$Toastmasters NTU ,The$home$to$your$Heart, Toastmasters !The%home%to%your%Heart! Bad Gooda.
  79. NTUToastmasters -­‐The  home  to  your  Heart-­‐
  80. NTUToastmasters !The%home%to%your%Heart! !The%home%to%your%Heart! Good Beserb.
  81. -­‐The  home  to  your  Heart-­‐
  82. TIME:  One  of  2010’s  most  influen=al  people
  83. TIME:Oneof2010’sMost(Influen-al(peopleTIME:Oneof2010’smostinfluen6alpeople Bad? Goodb.
  84. TIME:  One  of  2010’s  Most  Influen(al  people
  85. 5.
  86. 6 “
  87. 1996 1998 The$Story$of$Steve$Jobs$in$Apple$Inc:$ Apple%bought%NeXT% Projects(Termina;on Return$and$resign Newton,(Cyberdog,(and(OpenDoc.((ReturntoApple Employees((•  1996:$Apple$bought$NeXT$$ “Afraid(that(they(might(not(have( a(job(when(the(doors(opened.(“(•  1998:$projects$terminaDon$ –  Newton,$Cyber$dog,$and$OpenDoc.$$ –  many$employees$“afraid$that$they$might$not$have$a$ job$when$the$doors$opened.$“$•  iMac:$Jobss$guidance$of$appealing$designs$and$ powerful$branding$$ 1999 2000 iMac:)Jobss)guidance)of•  2000:$iCEO$ Appealing)Designs) +)Powerful)Branding) !!!!!Become!iCEO
  88. Element  1:     Element  2:     Time Product  or  Events 1996 Apple%bought%NeXT%a.
  89. Find  the  repeated  Elements,     and  develop  them  in  to  the   “PaWern”  of  the  Slide.a.
  90. 1996 1996 Apple%bought%NeXT% Apple%bought%NeXT% Origin Gooda.
  91. 1996 Apple  bought  NeXT  
  92. Projects  Termina=onNewton,  Cyberdog,  and  OpenDoc.     Employees     “Afraid  that  they  might  not  have   a  job  when  the  doors  opened.  “   1998
  93. 1999iMac:  Jobss  guidance  of
  94. 2000            iCEO
  95. Originala. Good
  96. 1996 Apple  bought  NeXT:   Jobs’s  Return
  97. 1998:
  98. Appealing  Designs    Powerful  Branding   1999iMac:  Jobss  guidance  of
  99. 2000
  100. 1996 1996 Apple%bought%NeXT:% Apple%bought%NeXT% Jobs’s%Return Separated     Good United   Beserb.  things  design
  101. Integrate  the  “PaWerns”  in  the   slides  to  make  the  “Style”b.
  102. b. Beser
  103. 6.
  104. 7 ““
  105. àencouraging  them  to    跑社 or  become  the  IE Leaving  the  Stage  for   to  make  Self-­‐Break
  106. !encouraging(them(to((跑社 or(become(the(IELeaving(the(Stage(for(to(make(Self%Break Leaving(the(Stage(for( Best(Speakers( New(Members( !encouraging(them(to( to(make(Self7Break (跑社 or(become(the(IE Bad Gooda.
  107. Leaving  the  Stage  for   Best  Speakers   New  Members   àencouraging  them  to  to  make  Self-­‐Break  跑社 or  become  the  IE
  108. Leaving  the  Stage  for   Best  Speakers   New  Members   àencouraging  them  to  to  make  Self-­‐Break  跑社 or  become  the  IE
  109. Jobs’  Foraying:    iPod,  iTunes  Store,  and  iPhone
  110. Jobs’  Foraying iPod,          iTunes  Store,      and              iPhone
  111. Jobs’Foraying:! iPod,!iTunes!Store,!and!iPhone Good Beserb.
  112. 7.
  113. 8 ““
  114. Share,  and  we  are  never  alone! 178
  115. Share,andweareneveralone! Share,andweareNeverAlone! Bad Gooda.
  116. Share,  and  we  are  Never  Alone!
  117. Common  Slides  Design  Mistakes •  Put  all  you  want  to  say  on  the  slide   •  Meaningless  anima=on   •  Endless  bullet-­‐points   •  Bad  color  design  and  meaningless   images   •  Invisible  words
  118. Common  Slides  Design  Mistakes  •  Too  much  things  on  the  slide  •  Meaningless  anima=on  •  Endless  bullet-­‐points  •  Bad  color  design  and     meaningless  images  •  Invisible  words
  119. Common%Slides%Design%Mistakes Common%Slides%Design%Mistakes •  Put%all%you%want%to%say%on%the%slide% % •  Too%much%things%on%the%slide% •  Meaningless%anima7on% •  Meaningless%anima6on% •  Endless%bullet:points% •  Endless%bullet9points% •  Bad%color%design%and%meaningless% •  Bad%color%design%and%% images% meaningless%images% •  Invisible%words •  Invisible%words Bad Beserb.
  120. Common  Slides  Design  Mistakes •  Put  all  you  want  to  say  on  the   slide   •  Meaningless  anima=on   •  Endless  bullet-­‐points   •  Bad  color  design  and   meaningless  images   •  Invisible  words
  121. Common  Slides  Design  Mistakes  •  Too  much  things  on  the  slide  •  Meaningless  anima=on  •  Endless  bullet-­‐points  •  Bad  color  design  and     meaningless  images  •  Invisible  words
  122. 8.
  123. 1 2 34 8  Principles  of  Slide  Design5 6 7 8
  124. Thank  you!    Hope  you  enjoy  Today’s  SGD

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