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Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
Great Advice for Using Slideware
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Great Advice for Using Slideware

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This collection of quotes will give great advice to anyone developing a presentation that wants to use PowerPoint, Keynote, Prezi, or any other slideware.

This collection of quotes will give great advice to anyone developing a presentation that wants to use PowerPoint, Keynote, Prezi, or any other slideware.

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  • 1. PowerPoint may not be of any use for you in a presentation, but it may liberate you in another way, an artistic way. David Byrne
 Lead Singer, Talking Heads 242 [painting lady] by eblaser is licensed under CC BY 2.0
  • 2. “Make slides that reinforce your words, 
 not repeat them.” Seth Godin, Marketing Guru
  • 3. “People can only process one inbound message at a time. They will either listen to you or read your slides; they cannot do both.” Nancy Duarte, Author Resonate Photo by Kevan Davis, via Flickr
  • 4. “Bullets are for the NRA.” Seth Godin, Marketing Guru
  • 5. “Slides are slides. Documents are documents. They aren’t the same thing.” Garr Reynolds, Author Presentation Zen
  • 6. “Burn your current PowerPoint presentations! and make new ones.”! John Medina, Neuroscientist
  • 7. “If all you want to do is create a file of facts and figures, then cancel the meeting and send in a report.” ! Seth Godin, Marketing Guru
  • 8. “A traditional slide that duplicates the presenter’s words is more of a reading test than a visual.” Garr Reynolds, Author Presentation Zen
  • 9. “Brain Rule #10: Vision trumps all the other senses.” John Medina, Neuroscientist
  • 10. “Your goal is to move away from projecting a document and toward giving a presentation.” Nancy Duarte, Author, Resonate
  • 11. “Attempting to have slides serve both as projected visuals and as stand-alone handouts makes for bad visuals and bad documentation.” Garr Reynolds, Author Presentation Zen
  • 12. “Hear a piece of information, and three days later you'll remember 10% of it. Add a picture and you'll remember 65%.” John Medina, Neuroscientist
  • 13. “[Presentation technologies] are only useful to the degree that they make things clearer and more memorable.” Garr Reynolds, Author Presentation Zen
  • 14. “PowerPoint doesn’t kill meetings. People kill meetings. But using PowerPoint is like having a loaded AK-47 on the table: You can do very bad things with it.” Peter Norvig, Google Director of Research
  • 15. “Simplify the slides so the audience can process each one in under ! three seconds.” ! Nancy Duarte, Author Resonate
  • 16. “Slideware is not meant for your speaker notes. It’s just not.”! David Christianson, Normal Guy
  • 17. “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” Leonardo da Vinci, Real Renaissance Man
  • 18. “We learn and remember best through pictures,! not through written or spoken words”! John Medina, Neuroscientist

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