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PRESENTERS CAN LEARN FROM
WITH THE EXCITING RE-RELEASE OF JURASSIC PARK IN 3DWE THOUGHT WE WOULD TAKE THE OPPORTUNITYTO CREATE SOME FUN CONTENTRETRA...
LESSON #1JUST BECAUSE YOU CANDOESN’T MEAN YOU SHOULD.
MALCOLM TELLS HAMMONDTHAT HIS SCIENTISTS TOOK THINGS TOO FAR.
KEEP ANIMATIONS SIMPLE.JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN USE A PINWHEEL ROTATIONDOESN’T MEAN YOU SHOULD!WHENDESIGNINGFADE, FLY IN AND W...
LESSON #2ACCEPTING WHAT YOU CAN CONTROLAND WHAT YOU CAN’T.
ELLIE TELLS HAMMONDTHAT HE NEVER HAD CONTROL.
YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE ANY CONTROLOVER THE OVERALL LOOK, IF YOU’RE FOLLOWING A SPEC SHEET.INSTEAD, CHANNEL YOUR CREATIVITY TOW...
LESSON #3THE FOUNDATIONS OF CHANGE & GROWTHRELY ON AGE-OLD KNOWLEDGE.
THE BEGINNINGS OF HAMMOND’S THEME PARKLIE WITH THE ORIGINAL DINOSAUR EXPERTS.
GET INSPIRED BY EXISTING AND AWARD WINNING DESIGNS.THIS WILL HELP ACCELERATE YOUR PRODUCTIONAND INSURE YOU ARE BUILDING AN...
LESSON #4BE OPEN TO CHANGE.
ALAN LEARNTTHAT KIDS ARENT SO BAD.
BE WILLING TO CHANGE YOUR STYLE.DON’T KEEP DOING THE SAME THING. LOOK INTO NEW DESIGN TRENDS.SEEK INSPIRATION ONLINE.WHEND...
LESSON #5KEEP THAT WHICH YOU LOVE NEAR.
EXHAUSTED AFTER THEIR TERRIFYING JOURNEY,ELLIE AND ALAN REUNITE WITH A LONG EMBRACE.
IF YOU’RE IN A HURRYTHERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH RE-USING CHERISHED DESIGN ELEMENTS;FONTS, LAYOUTS, COLOURS.WHENDESIGNING
LESSONWHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S A WAY.#6
ALAN AND THE CHILDREN DISCOVERTHAT THE DINOSAURS “FOUND A WAY” TO BREED,DESPITE THE ATTEMPTS OF THE SCIENTISTS TO PREVENT ...
POWERPOINT SOMETIMES LACKS FLEXIBILITYTRY COMBINING DIFFERENT TOOLS (E.G. ANIMATIONS)TO REACH A SOLUTION TO YOUR PROBLEM.W...
LESSONINSTEAD OF RUNNING FROM YOUR FEARSYOU SHOULD CONFRONT THEM!#7
LEXI IS FRIGHTENED AT FIRST BY THE BRACHIOSAURAFTER HER ENCOUNTER WITH THE T-REX,BUT SOON LEARNS IT’S A GENTLE GIANT.
ALWAYS STAY CALMTHE AUDIENCE IS NOT GOING TO EAT YOU ALIVE,BUT YOU DO HAVE TO SHOW CONFIDENCE.WHENPRESENTING
LESSON #8BRAWNS CAN WIN OVER BRAINS.
THE BRAWNY T-REX CHAMPIONSTHE BRAINY PHILOSO-RAPTORS.
SOMEONE IN THE AUDIENCEWILL CHALLENGE WHAT YOU’RE SAYING.ONLY INCLUDING ROCK-SOLID DATA THAT YOU CAN BACK UP.MAKE YOUR CON...
LESSON #9TIMING IS KEY.
WITH PERFECT TIMING, THE T-REX SAVESALAN, ELLIE, AND THE KIDS IN THIS DRAMATIC END SCENE.
CREATE A STORY YOUR AUDIENCE WILL FOLLOW.USE AN INTRODUCTION AND DEVELOP THE CONTENT WITH A PURPOSEFUL DIRECTION.BE SURE T...
LESSONDON’T LET SUCCESS GO TO YOUR HEAD.#10
HAMMOND RELISHES IN THE SHOCKINDUCED ON ALAN AND ELLIE, AS THEY WITNESSTHE BLOODTHIRSTY FEEDING OF THE RAPTORS.
SHOW SOME CONFIDENCE.BUT DON’T BE ARROGANT, OR YOUR AUDIENCE WON’T RELATE.A GOOD PRESENTER BALANCES CONFIDENCE WITH EMPATH...
LESSON #11DON’T HIDE FROM YOUR WEAKNESSES.
ALAN IS TRYING HIS BEST TO AVOIDBEING SEATED WITH THE CHILDREN.
DON’T HIDE BEHIND YOUR WEAKNESSES.TRY SHARING THEM WITH THE AUDIENCE IN A HUMOURISTIC WAY.IT WILL QUICKLY HELP CREATE A CO...
LESSON #12DON’T GET YOUR HOPES UP.
ALAN, ELLIE, AND MALCOLM ARE DISAPPOINTED WITH THE LACKOF DINOSAURS ON THEIR TOUR.
DON’T GET YOUR HOPES UP TOO HIGHBECAUSE YOU WON’T NECESSARILY GET A STANDING OVATION. DON’T FORGETTHAT YOUR PRESENTATION I...
MAY THE FORCE BE WITHYOU IN THE FIGHT AGAINSDEATH BY POWERPOINTKeep in touchwww.stinsondesign.com@stinsondesign1.888.960.9...
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12 Design Lessons Learnt From Jurassic Park is an overview of the Spielberg classic through the eyes of presentation designers. We have gathered 12 tips for design and delivery of great presentations learnt from the movie.

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  1. 1. PRESENTERS CAN LEARN FROM
  2. 2. WITH THE EXCITING RE-RELEASE OF JURASSIC PARK IN 3DWE THOUGHT WE WOULD TAKE THE OPPORTUNITYTO CREATE SOME FUN CONTENTRETRACING THE LESSONS LEARNT FROM JURASSIC PARKTO THE PROBLEMS THAT DESIGNERS ANDPRESENTERS OFTEN HAVE TO FACE.
  3. 3. LESSON #1JUST BECAUSE YOU CANDOESN’T MEAN YOU SHOULD.
  4. 4. MALCOLM TELLS HAMMONDTHAT HIS SCIENTISTS TOOK THINGS TOO FAR.
  5. 5. KEEP ANIMATIONS SIMPLE.JUST BECAUSE YOU CAN USE A PINWHEEL ROTATIONDOESN’T MEAN YOU SHOULD!WHENDESIGNINGFADE, FLY IN AND WIPE ARE SUBTLE BUT EFFECTIVE ANIMATIONS.
  6. 6. LESSON #2ACCEPTING WHAT YOU CAN CONTROLAND WHAT YOU CAN’T.
  7. 7. ELLIE TELLS HAMMONDTHAT HE NEVER HAD CONTROL.
  8. 8. YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE ANY CONTROLOVER THE OVERALL LOOK, IF YOU’RE FOLLOWING A SPEC SHEET.INSTEAD, CHANNEL YOUR CREATIVITY TOWARDS OTHER ELEMENTSSUCH AS IN-SLIDE ILLUSTRATIONS.WHENDESIGNING
  9. 9. LESSON #3THE FOUNDATIONS OF CHANGE & GROWTHRELY ON AGE-OLD KNOWLEDGE.
  10. 10. THE BEGINNINGS OF HAMMOND’S THEME PARKLIE WITH THE ORIGINAL DINOSAUR EXPERTS.
  11. 11. GET INSPIRED BY EXISTING AND AWARD WINNING DESIGNS.THIS WILL HELP ACCELERATE YOUR PRODUCTIONAND INSURE YOU ARE BUILDING AN EYE CATCHING PRESENTATION.WHENDESIGNING
  12. 12. LESSON #4BE OPEN TO CHANGE.
  13. 13. ALAN LEARNTTHAT KIDS ARENT SO BAD.
  14. 14. BE WILLING TO CHANGE YOUR STYLE.DON’T KEEP DOING THE SAME THING. LOOK INTO NEW DESIGN TRENDS.SEEK INSPIRATION ONLINE.WHENDESIGNING
  15. 15. LESSON #5KEEP THAT WHICH YOU LOVE NEAR.
  16. 16. EXHAUSTED AFTER THEIR TERRIFYING JOURNEY,ELLIE AND ALAN REUNITE WITH A LONG EMBRACE.
  17. 17. IF YOU’RE IN A HURRYTHERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH RE-USING CHERISHED DESIGN ELEMENTS;FONTS, LAYOUTS, COLOURS.WHENDESIGNING
  18. 18. LESSONWHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S A WAY.#6
  19. 19. ALAN AND THE CHILDREN DISCOVERTHAT THE DINOSAURS “FOUND A WAY” TO BREED,DESPITE THE ATTEMPTS OF THE SCIENTISTS TO PREVENT IT.
  20. 20. POWERPOINT SOMETIMES LACKS FLEXIBILITYTRY COMBINING DIFFERENT TOOLS (E.G. ANIMATIONS)TO REACH A SOLUTION TO YOUR PROBLEM.WHENDESIGNING
  21. 21. LESSONINSTEAD OF RUNNING FROM YOUR FEARSYOU SHOULD CONFRONT THEM!#7
  22. 22. LEXI IS FRIGHTENED AT FIRST BY THE BRACHIOSAURAFTER HER ENCOUNTER WITH THE T-REX,BUT SOON LEARNS IT’S A GENTLE GIANT.
  23. 23. ALWAYS STAY CALMTHE AUDIENCE IS NOT GOING TO EAT YOU ALIVE,BUT YOU DO HAVE TO SHOW CONFIDENCE.WHENPRESENTING
  24. 24. LESSON #8BRAWNS CAN WIN OVER BRAINS.
  25. 25. THE BRAWNY T-REX CHAMPIONSTHE BRAINY PHILOSO-RAPTORS.
  26. 26. SOMEONE IN THE AUDIENCEWILL CHALLENGE WHAT YOU’RE SAYING.ONLY INCLUDING ROCK-SOLID DATA THAT YOU CAN BACK UP.MAKE YOUR CONTENT BULLETPROOF BYWHENPRESENTING
  27. 27. LESSON #9TIMING IS KEY.
  28. 28. WITH PERFECT TIMING, THE T-REX SAVESALAN, ELLIE, AND THE KIDS IN THIS DRAMATIC END SCENE.
  29. 29. CREATE A STORY YOUR AUDIENCE WILL FOLLOW.USE AN INTRODUCTION AND DEVELOP THE CONTENT WITH A PURPOSEFUL DIRECTION.BE SURE TO PRACTICE YOUR PRESENTATION PACING!WHENPRESENTING
  30. 30. LESSONDON’T LET SUCCESS GO TO YOUR HEAD.#10
  31. 31. HAMMOND RELISHES IN THE SHOCKINDUCED ON ALAN AND ELLIE, AS THEY WITNESSTHE BLOODTHIRSTY FEEDING OF THE RAPTORS.
  32. 32. SHOW SOME CONFIDENCE.BUT DON’T BE ARROGANT, OR YOUR AUDIENCE WON’T RELATE.A GOOD PRESENTER BALANCES CONFIDENCE WITH EMPATHY.WHENPRESENTING
  33. 33. LESSON #11DON’T HIDE FROM YOUR WEAKNESSES.
  34. 34. ALAN IS TRYING HIS BEST TO AVOIDBEING SEATED WITH THE CHILDREN.
  35. 35. DON’T HIDE BEHIND YOUR WEAKNESSES.TRY SHARING THEM WITH THE AUDIENCE IN A HUMOURISTIC WAY.IT WILL QUICKLY HELP CREATE A CONNECTION WITH THEM.WHENPRESENTING
  36. 36. LESSON #12DON’T GET YOUR HOPES UP.
  37. 37. ALAN, ELLIE, AND MALCOLM ARE DISAPPOINTED WITH THE LACKOF DINOSAURS ON THEIR TOUR.
  38. 38. DON’T GET YOUR HOPES UP TOO HIGHBECAUSE YOU WON’T NECESSARILY GET A STANDING OVATION. DON’T FORGETTHAT YOUR PRESENTATION IS ONLY THE FIRST STEP. BE SURE TO FOLLOW UPWITH A QUESTION PERIOD AND HAVE A CALL TO ACTION.WHENPRESENTING
  39. 39. MAY THE FORCE BE WITHYOU IN THE FIGHT AGAINSDEATH BY POWERPOINTKeep in touchwww.stinsondesign.com@stinsondesign1.888.960.9851info@stinsondesign.com
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