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Inspiring Curiosity: How to create impactful presentations

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  • 1. INSPIRING CURIOSITY How to create impactful presentations A presentation by BRIAN MEAGHER
  • 2. ABOUT ME Kansas City Lima New York
  • 3. Why are presentations important for you? (literally, think about your real life)
  • 4. Harry  Po(er  and  The  Half-­‐Blood  Prince  |  Warner  Bros  
  • 5. This is you Harry  Po(er  and  The  Half-­‐Blood  Prince  |  Warner  Bros  
  • 6. This is your audience This is you Harry  Po(er  and  The  Half-­‐Blood  Prince  |  Warner  Bros  
  • 7. This is your audience THE   AUDIENCE is the HERO This is you Harry  Po(er  and  The  Half-­‐Blood  Prince  |  Warner  Bros  
  • 8. PREPARE
  • 9. PREPARE DESIGN
  • 10. PREPARE DESIGN DELIVER
  • 11. 1 START WITH THE END      
  • 12. 1 START WITH THE END What is the purpose?      
  • 13. 1 START WITH THE END What is the purpose? Information transfer is not a satisfactory objective.      
  • 14. 1 KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE Remember the hero. What is important for them?
  • 15. 1 CONTENT Simplicity
  • 16. If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. - Albert Einstein
  • 17. 1 CONTENT Simplicity Develop and incorporate some kind of story
  • 18. Disney  Pixar  |  Toy  Story  3  
  • 19. 1 CONTENT Simplicity Develop and incorporate some kind of story Analog
  • 20. DESIGN
  • 21. Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
  • 22. Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning Our brains have limited capacity
  • 23. Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning Our brains have limited capacity Pictures, printed words, and verbal language are competing for limited cognitive resources.
  • 24. LANDMARKS (reference points)
  • 25. 2 SIMPLICITY… AGAIN One idea per slide Is it relevant? Does it add value?
  • 26. Bar Chart slide Primary  Text   Call  out  Size  1or   box  f 4   explanaKon  or   Secondary  Text   special  point   Size  10.5   Series  1   Series  2   Series  3   500   450   400   400   385   350   350   275   300   250   200   150   100   50   0   Category  1   Source: text here Category  2   Category  3   Category  4  
  • 27. DELIVER
  • 28. Start like a Bond movie
  • 29. 3
  • 30. 3 You are the PRESENTER, not the POWERPOINT
  • 31. EYE CONTACT
  • 32. DIGESTION is IMPORTANT!
  • 33. PRACTICE
  • 34. SUMMARY If you had to remember only 3 concepts from this presentation…
  • 35. PREPARE Know your Audience
  • 36. PREPARE DESIGN Know your Audience Limited Capacity… so keep it simple
  • 37. PREPARE Know your Audience DESIGN Limited Capacity… so keep it simple DELIVER Practice Practice Practice
  • 38. IMAGE CREDITS Slide 1: Slide 4: Slide 8: Slide 8: Slide 8: Slide 15: Slide 19: Slide 23: Slide 26: Slide 34: Slide 35: Slide 36: jkvill1 flickr Warner Bros Poche flickr Poche flickr Frinkiac flickr Greenog flickr Disney Pixar Tinou Bao flickr Techaramis flickr Solentx flickr Aleks J Clark flickr WoodleyWonderworks flickr
  • 39. Idea credits and inspiration Several of the ideas shown in this presentation were inspired by many incredible people.   Audience is the Hero: Duarte, N. (2010). Resonate. Wiley. Retrieved from http://www.duarte.com/book/resonate/ Overall structure (prepare, design, deliver) inspired by Garr Reynolds Reynolds, G. (2011). Presentation zen. Berkeley, CA: New Riders. Retrieved from http://www.presentationzen.com/ Start like a Bond Movie: Henry Broaddus, Dean of Admission and Associate Provost for Enrollment, College of William and Mary Inspiring Curiosity: Shawn Cornally of The Big Ideas Group Overall Design inspired by: Emiland De Cubber and Scott Belsky
  • 40. 636presentationdesign.com brian@636presentationdesign.com