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Using a number of well-known paintings, Jan Schultink, a McKinsey-trained presentation designer and strategy consultant, introduces himself and his perspectives on presentation design.

Using a number of well-known paintings, Jan Schultink, a McKinsey-trained presentation designer and strategy consultant, introduces himself and his perspectives on presentation design.

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  • Once more, thank you for all the input, I am trying to incorporate as many comments as I can in a new version.
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  • Hi Jan,

    Good presentation. Some remarks :
    1. I like the narration in the left corner; those who only read the presentation (without voice-over) can get more grip on the key message
    2. Presentations start energetic but you lost me as soon as the Art pictures come in.
    3. Slide 15; would bring in more contrast
    4. Slide 19; I would play more with the different time dimensions vs the size of the boxes; This slide contains much information and it does not give instance insight.

    Henry
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  • Hi Jan,

    The 'narration' in the left corner is a good idea. It an effective way to add information without cluttering the visual.

    However, this is appropriate for ONLINE viewing. I wouldn't recommend it in front of an audience.

    I suggest that you put a slide in the beginning, inviting people the visualize the presentation in ’full screen’ to see the narration.

    Thanks for sharing this great presentation.

    - Denis Francois Gravel
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  • I already liked the previous format why change a winning format ;-)
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  • Thanks for sharing this, some thoughts you may find useful:

    I like the 16:9 format
    Works really well and considering that the standard notebook screens are panoramic, I would expect this format to become much more common.

    Power of a small font
    Lead text in small font in the corner is a great idea. Smaller font in shorter lines is easier to read, doesn’t sscream at you, yet stands out. (must preview in full screeen though)

    High energy from the very beginning
    The first 9 slides have a real punch ( it’s hard to keep up the momentum though)

    Nice cover
    i really like the cover, and appretiate how hard it is to come up with a new perspective on the topic. Does it work for the CEOs and executives? Are they your audience?

    Great slide on JS background
    That page is design thinking at its best. I also applaud the image credits throughout.

    What would i do differently

    Trouble with unusual fonts
    Slideshare doesn’t handle your fonts very well. They appear fuzzy, rather then crisp. Could pdf be an answer?

    The art theme doesn’t do it for me
    the art theme seems to break the professional, unified look. As if the visual pun took over the content. Warmed up by a great intro, I was ready for more substance. ( I would love to see more pages designed like the background page on JS)

    Opportunity to sell problem solving skills?
    Too much emphasis in presentation design is given to ballroom shows. In my experience, the real challenge often comes in the conference room discussions, while presenting to 5-10 people. I feel this theme was underrepresented, considering your great background and experience.

    More case studies
    Before and after case studies would be excellent.

    I really enjoyed the presentation, inspiring as ever, Thanks, Tomas
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