Sample slides by Garr Reynolds

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This deck contains slides I have used in live talks that (more or less) are simple and contain quite a bit of empty space. The first set are some before/after examples, followed by a random sample. This deck is not meant to tell a story -- this is just a way to show some random examples. The meaning of the slides may not be at all clear without the narration that goes with the slides.

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Sample slides by Garr Reynolds

  1. Sample slides Here are a few before/after slides Garr Reynolds
  2. before after
  3. before after
  4. before after
  5. before after
  6. before after after
  7. before after
  8. before after
  9. Random sample slides These slides are from several different presentations and will not be very meaningful without narration. Yet they are pretty good examples of combining text and images in slides that complement a live talk.
  10. presentationzen TOKYO Garr Reynolds
  11. presentationzen STANFORD Garr Reynolds
  12. ‘‘ Simplicity means the achievement of maximum effect with minimum means.                            ’’ — Dr. Koichi Kawana
  13. Less than 33% of U.S. adults are at a “healthy weight.” OECD Factbook 2007
  14. 66% of Americans are obese or overweight. All adults 134 million (66%) Women 65 million   (62%) Men 69 million   (71%) OECD Factbook 2007
  15. Presentation Zen How to plan, design and deliver presentations like a pro Garr Reynolds
  16. “ Ted Selker, a professor at MIT, reckons obsessive web browsing can cause attention spans to drop to as little as nine seconds — ” equivalent to a goldfish. BBC (2002)
  17. Blogs are like sharks
  18. “You can play a shoestring if you’re sincere.” —John Coltrane
  19. “ Master your instrument. Master the music. And then forget all that bullshit and just play. ” —Charlie-Parker
  20. “It’s taken me all my life to learn what not to play.” — Dizzy-Gillespie
  21. my life me all ay. s ta ken ot to pl It’ wh at n to le arn Gille spie Dizzy-
  22. ‘‘ Making the simple complicated is commonplace; ’’ making the complicated awesomely simple, that’s creativity. — Charles Mingus
  23. “ You can play a shoestring if you’re sincere.” — John Coltrane
  24. “ Master your instrument. Master the music. And then forget all that bullshit and just play. ” — Charlie-Parker
  25. Start strong
  26. Make a connection
  27. Keep the lights on
  28. Keep it Short
  29. Pecha Kucha 20 x 20 6:40
  30. 72% of part time workers are women
  31. Choosing to have fewer children 1.29 Birth rate (2004)
  32. Fertility rate in Japan? 1.29
  33. Exposition Conflict & Climax Resolution Story
  34. press the flesh
  35. Over 5,000 bikes sold in 2007 5035 4007 3577 2099 1500 500 02 03 04 05 06 07
  36. Average Age of fleet (months) 200 162 months 150 Industry average 100 58 months 50 Singapore Airlines 0 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997
  37. Average Age of fleet (months) 200 162 months 150 Industry average 100 58 months 50 Singapore Airlines 0 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997
  38. ¥99 million in 2003 100 75 50 TOKYO OSAKA 25 0 2000 2001 2002 2003
  39. Mobile phone internet connectivity rate Japan 94% South Korea 89% U.S.A. 34% France 13% U.K. 13% China 5% 2004: Japan Ministry of Communications
  40. Mobile phone internet connectivity rate Japan 94% South Korea 89% U.S.A. 34% France 13% U.K. 13% China 5% 2004:Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
  41. Camera exports: film vs. digital (Unit: 1000 cameras) 60,000 51,291 50,000 40,000 Film cameras 30,000 21,418 20,000 Digital cameras 9,457 18,001 10,000 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
  42. 90 % of the freshwater in the world is
  43. ice Source: SCAR
  44. 90 % of the ice in the world Antarctica is in Source: SCAR
  45. 80 % of the world’s freshwater is ice in the Antarctic Source: SCAR
  46. “Darth Vader Method”
  47. See my website:www.darthrules!.com
  48. “The Yoda Method”
  49. speak — i lence.” “Do not improves on s t u nless i
  50. “ In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the expert’s ” mind there are few. — —Shunryu Suzuki
  51. Hara hachi bu
  52. Eat only until 80% full.
  53. Eat only 80% full. until
  54. Eat only 80% full. until
  55. Eat only 80% full. until
  56. Hara hachi bu Eat only until 80% full.
  57. Before After My Stomach 80%
  58. Then Now Molestie hendrerit eu vero Eros duis dolore feugiat
  59. Percentage of chart which looks like Pac-man Looks like Pac-man Does not look like Pac-man
  60. “ Make it easy for people to talk about you.”— Andy Sernovitz
  61. ‘‘ ‘‘ Be interesting, or be invisible. — Andy Sernovitz
  62. “ Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious, and adding the meaningful.” — John Maeda
  63. “ More appears like less simply moving it far, far away.” — John Maeda
  64. “ Openness simplifies complexity.” John Maeda
  65. “ Use less, gain more.” — John Maeda
  66. “In lieu of an order...or plan, you get a bunch of PowerPoint slides…That is frustrating, because nobody wants to plan against PowerPoint slides.” — Army Lt. General David McKiernan Except from Thomas Ricks’ “Fiasco”
  67. “ Stay the course? You've got to be kidding. This is America, not the damned Titanic. I'll give you a sound bite: Throw the bums out! ” —Lee Iacocca
  68. re ntia tion D iffe
  69. Scientists: global warming is “unequivocal”
  70. Design by committee.
  71. Technica l glitches ar e inevitable .
  72. Stock Photography
  73. 1. Slides the audience will see Hand helds Lap tops Cell phones
  74. 2. Notes only you will see
  75. 3. Handout to be taken away
  76. Slides Notes Handout
  77. Alone time
  78. “Almost every PowerPoint presentation sucks rotten eggs.”
  79. The Naked Presenter Garr Reynolds
  80. PowerPoint Culture Concrete tips & advice 1 2 3 4 • Preparation • Design A better way • Delivery Q&A
  81. On being naked
  82. Q&A
  83. End Go to www.presentationzen.com to see more.

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