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These were the slides used in the Safari Webcast held 12_15_08 from Tokyo. These are *not* meant to be stand alone slides, but many people were asking for the PDF, so here you go. This is the actual PDF I used. Here, however, some of the type colors may be off (though it worked well when uploaded; colors were correct). It is 240 slides because I used a PDF and therefore more slides are used to simulate animation. The PDF was 30 MB uploaded here. There were lagging issues during the webex webcast though I was not aware of them. The archive is better though there are still timing issues. Not really much new here in this deck for longtime followers.

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  1. Garr Reynolds
  2. SPEAKER Garr
Reynolds Author
of
 Presenta3on
Zen MODERATOR Sara
Jane
Todd New
Riders
Publishing PRESENTATION
ZEN: Simple
Ideas
on
Presenta3on
Design
and
Delivery
  3. Thank you!
  4. Thank you!
  5. Thank you!
  6. Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds LIVE from Tokyo
  7. Start End
  8. 1 Introduction End
  9. 1 Introduction Presentation Zen Approach 2 End
  10. 1 Introduction 2 How design thinking can help 3 End Presentation Zen Approach
  11. 1 Introduction 2 How design thinking can help 3 Q & A 4 Presentation Zen Approach
  12. How to think like a designer ...and why it matters.
  13. Self introduction じこ紹介
  14. Kansai Gaidai University
  15. 住友電工
  16. Apple
  17. Steve Jobs
  18. The sound of one room napping 部屋中に響きわたるイビキ
  19. Must STOP bad PowerPoint!
  20. Japanese version in May ’09
  21. Age 17
  22. 35mm Slides
  23. Storytelling images, narration, audio
  24. PZ Review
  25. PowerPoint Problem (The problem with presentations)
  26. Hey, nice PowerPoint!
  27. Rule #1 Exercise boosts brain power. Rule #4 We don’t pay attention to boring things. Rule #10 Vision trumps all other senses.
  28. The brain doesn’t pay attention to boring things, and I am as sick of boring presentations as you are. “ ”— Dr. John Medina
  29. Toss your PowerPoint presentations.“ ”— Dr. John Medina
  30. Time
  31. Time Money
  32. What’s the most common communication mistake? According to Dr. Medina.
  33. Relating too much information... Lots of force feeding, very little digestion. “ ” — Dr. John Medina
  34. Communication matters!
  35. We have a problem...
  36. “Death by PowerPoint”
  37. How did we get here?
  38. Is it our fault? de
  39. 自然 Naturalness シンプル Simplicity 抑制 Restraint
  40. Simplicity シンプル
  41. FUKINSEI ふきんせい Asymmetry, irregularity. shibumi 渋味 Articulate brevity. Eloquent Suggestion. KANSO 簡素 Elimination, subtraction, omission.
  42. ”— Charles Mingus Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated awesomely simple, that’s creativity. “
  43. A case for designAre you a designer? あなたはデザイナーですか?
  44. PLAY STORY SYMPHONY EMPATHY DESIGN MEANING not only function not only argument not only focus not only logic not only seriousness not only accumulation Adopted from Daniel Pink's “A Whole New Mind”
  45. PLAY STORY SYMPHONY EMPATHY DESIGN MEANING not only function not only argument not only focus not only logic not only seriousness not only accumulation Adopted from Daniel Pink's “A Whole New Mind”
  46. 既存のものをさらに良く変える工夫をしている人 は皆デザイナーである. Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones.” “ Herbert Simon Social scientist, Nobel Laureate
  47. 既存のものをさらに良く変える工夫をしている人 は皆デザイナーである. Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones.” “ Herbert Simon Social scientist, Nobel Laureate
  48. Design is not just for making things look good. デザインは単によく見せることだけではない.
  49. Design [is] a powerful tool for change, not just a tool for styling products and communications. “ — Marty Neumeir デザインは、コミュニケーションや商品を美しく見せるだけではなく、 何かを変えることができる力強いツールである. ”
  50. “But I’m not a designer!”
  51. Designer
  52. designer
  53. Example
  54. Al Gore Courtesy Paramount Pictures
  55. Courtesy Paramount Pictures
  56. The great communicator?
  57. ...help from Duarte Design Courtesy Paramount Pictures
  58. Duarte Design Nancy Mark
  59. Courtesy Paramount Pictures
  60. Think like a designer デザイナーのように考える Implications for work(including presentations)(プレゼンテーションを含む)仕事への影響
  61. Designers________________. What do designers know that we don’t? デザイナーが知っていて、私たちが知らないこととは? Create as many sentences as possible beginning with “Designers...” 「デザイナーは」で始まる文章をできるだけたくさん作ってみてください.
  62. Think like a designer デザイナーのように考える 10tips
  63. Lesson #1 It’s not about tools 何を使うかは問題ではない
  64. Lesson #1 It’s not about tools 何を使うかは問題ではない
  65. Henry David Thoreau “Men have become the tools of their tools.” 人は道具を使う道具になった.
  66. Most ideas you can do pretty darn well with a stick in the sand.” — Alan Kay “ ほとんどのアイデアは砂浜と棒さえ あれば表現することができる.
  67. You can play a shoestring if you’re sincere.” — John Coltrane “ 正直でさえあれば 靴ひもだって演奏できる。
  68. Lesson #2 Start in analog mode アナログモードで始める
  69. Lesson #2 Start in analog mode アナログモードで始める
  70. Plan “analog”
  71. Do not start here
  72. Today’s presentation.
  73. Tim Brown
  74. Draw a picture of your neighbor. あなたの隣の人を絵に描いてみてください。
  75. Lesson #3 Take a risk, lose the fear 恐れずにリスクを冒す
  76. Lesson #3 Take a risk, lose the fear 恐れずにリスクを冒す
  77. Take a chance
  78. Child’s mind
  79. Beginner’s mind
  80. In the beginner ’s mind there are many possibilities. In the expert ’s mind there are few.     — –Shunryu Suzuki “”” ” ’ ’
  81. PLAY STORY SYMPHONY EMPATHY DESIGN MEANING not only function not only argument not only focus not only logic not only seriousness not only accumulation Adopted from Daniel Pink's “A Whole New Mind”
  82. PLAY STORY SYMPHONY EMPATHY DESIGN MEANING not only function not only argument not only focus not only logic not only seriousness not only accumulation Adopted from Daniel Pink's “A Whole New Mind”
  83. 「ストーリー」を探す  Lesson #4 Look for the story
  84. 「ストーリー」を探す  Lesson #4 Look for the story
  85. “What is truer than truth?” Isabel Allende Answer: “The story.”
  86. Forget about PowerPointand statistics.....” “ — Harvard Business Review 
  87. “To involve people at the deepest level, you need stories.”  — Harvard Business Review  “
  88. Lesson #5 Put yourself in their shoes その人の立場になって考えてみる
  89. Lesson #5 Put yourself in their shoes その人の立場になって考えてみる
  90. Example
  91. Countries Receiving the Most Asylum Applicants Industrialized Countries with the Greatest Number of Asylum Applicants 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Year NumberofAssylumApplicants Australia Canada Japan New Zealand United States Austria Belgium France Germany Netherlands Sweeden United Kingdom
  92. 0 50 100 150 200 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Average Age of fleet (months) Singapore Airlines Industry average
  93. 0 10 20 30 40 Japan KoreaSw itzerlandN orw ay Italy AustriaD enm arkFranceSw eden N etherlandsTurkeyIceland PolandBelgiumPortugalG erm anyIreland Spain Finland Slovak R epublic Luxem bourgH ungary N ew Zealand AustraliaG reeceC anada M exico U nited States 32 24 23222222 21 1918 1515 14 1313131313131212 11 1010109988 33 Percentage of population aged 15 and above with a BMI greater than 30 ( 2004) Obesity Japan 3.2 Korea 3.2 Switzerland 7.7 Norway 8.3 Italy 9 Austria 9.1 Denmark 9.5 France 9.5 Sweden 9.8 Netherlands 10.9 Turkey 12 Iceland 12.4 Poland 12.5 Belgium 12.7 Portugal 12.8 Germany 12.9 Ireland 13 Spain 13.1 Finland 14 Czech Republic 14.8 Slovak Republic 15.4 Luxembourg 18.2 Hungary 18.8 New Zealand 20.9 Australia 21.7 Greece 21.9 Canada 22.4 United Kingdom 23 Mexico 24.2 United States 32.2 The obesity is gaining in many countries of the world. In US obesity is a serious health issue which leads to many health problems
  94. 3.2% of Japanese are “Obese” USA 32.2% Mexico 24.2% Canada 22.4% France 9.5% Japan 3.2% OECD Factbook 2007
  95. Lesson # 6 Show restraint 自制する
  96. Lesson # 6 Show restraint 自制する
  97. RESTRAINT
  98. 抑制 Control Yokusei
  99. 節度 Moderation Setsudou
  100. Inclusion & exclusion
  101. Depth vs. The Craft of Scientific Presentations by Michael Alley (2003) 深さ 範囲 Scope
  102. Scope Depth Scope Depth 深さ 範囲 深さ 範囲
  103. Lesson # 7 Vision trumps all other senses 視覚は他のどの感覚よりも勝る
  104. Lesson # 7 Vision trumps all other senses 視覚は他のどの感覚よりも勝る
  105. Vision trumps all other senses Rule #10
  106. We are incredible at remembering pictures.
  107. Rule of thirds
  108. Rule of thirds
  109. 66% of Americans are obese or overweight. All adults (66%) Women 65 million   (62%) Men 69 million   (71%) 134 million OECD Factbook 2007
  110. 66% of Americans are obese or overweight. All adults (66%) Women 65 million   (62%) Men 69 million   (71%) 134 million OECD Factbook 2007
  111. Less than 33% of U.S. adults are at a “healthy weight.” OECD Factbook 2007
  112. Less than 33% of U.S. adults are at a “healthy weight.” OECD Factbook 2007
  113. Less than 33% of U.S. adults are at a “healthy weight.” OECD Factbook 2007
  114. Less than 33% of U.S. adults are at a “healthy weight.” OECD Factbook 2007
  115.  More than two decades of civil war and the destruction of towns and villages have caused mass movement of the people of Afghanistan in two major directions -- • Emigration, mainly to Pakistan and Iran, or escape to the relative safety of the capital city, Kabul.  According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates, more than 5 million Afghans have been displaced either as Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) inside the country or in neighbouring states over the past twenty-three years. • As many as 300,000 Afghans have entered Iran and Pakistan since September 11, 2001, while more than 3.5 million have been there for more than 10 years. AFGHANISTAN: REFUGEES
  116. Over two decades of civil war and destruction of towns & villages. AFGHANISTAN: REFUGEES
  117. Over two decades of civil war and destruction of towns & villages. AFGHANISTAN: REFUGEES
  118. iStockphoto.com
  119. Lesson # 8 Signal vs.Noise 信号 vs 雑音
  120. Lesson # 8 Signal vs.Noise 信号 vs 雑音
  121. 500 1500 2009 3577 4007 5035 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Number of bikes sold (2002-2007) June 6, 2008June report Page 5
  122. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 5,035 4,007 3,577 2,009 1,500 500 Over 5,000 bikes sold in 2007
  123. ’02 ’03 ’04 ’05 ’06 ’07 5,035 4,007 3,577 2,009 1,500 500 Over 5,000 bikes sold in 2007
  124. Over 5,000 bikes sold in 2007 02 03 04 05 06 07 5035 4007 3577 2099 1500 500
  125. Top-10 selling “Ekiben” bentos (2004) Price (¥) 1 Stuffed squid with rice ¥470 2 Beef over rice ¥1,000 3 Crabmeat Sushi ¥1,350 4 Original Crabmeat Sushi ¥920 5 Sea urchin eggs over rice ¥1,150 6 Crabmeat over rice ¥1,000 7 Octopus over rice in a pot ¥980 8 Cod over rice ¥1,020 9 Herring & herring roe over rice ¥800 10 Maezawa beef over rice ¥1,200
  126. 1 Stuffed squid with rice 470 2 Beef over rice 1,000 3 Crabmeat Sushi 1,350 4 Original Crabmeat Sushi 920 5 Sea urchin eggs over rice 1,150 6 Crabmeat over rice 1,000 7 Octopus over rice in a pot 980 8 Cod over rice 1,020 9 Herring & herring roe over rice 800 10 Maezawa beef over rice 1,200 Top-10 selling “Ekiben” bentos Price (¥)
  127. Featuring the world’s cuisinesArable land in organic production Source: SOEL–FIBL Survey ’07
  128. Arable land in organic production Europe 66% N. America 23% L. America 7% Asia 2% Source: SOEL–FIBL Survey ’07 Africa 1% Oceania 1%
  129. Europe N. America L. America Asia Oceania Africa Arable land in organic production 66% 23% 7% 2% 1% 1%
  130. Percentage of national land area covered by forests Source: Ministry of Land Infrastructure, and transport
  131. USA Canada Germany Russia Japan Finland 72% 64% 50% 31% 27%25% Percentage of national land area covered by forests Source: Ministry of Land Infrastructure, and transport
  132. USA Canada Germany Russia Japan Finland 72% 64% 50% 31% 27%25% Percentage of national land area covered by forests Source: Ministry of Land Infrastructure, and transport
  133. Lesson # 9 Empty space 空白を受け入れる
  134. Lesson # 9 Empty space 空白を受け入れる
  135. Clutter
  136. Hara hachi bu
  137. Eat 80% full. only until
  138. Eat 80% full. only until
  139. Eat 80% full. only until
  140. Lesson # 10 Learn to see the lessons all around you あなたの周りにあることから学ぶ
  141. Lesson # 10 Learn to see the lessons all around you あなたの周りにあることから学ぶ
  142. Modern world graphic design in Japan
  143. How to think like a designer ...and why it matters. 10tips
  144. 10tips 1. It’s not about tools 2. Start in analog mode 3. Take a risk, lose the fear 4. Look for the story   5. Put yourself in their shoes   6. Show restraint   7. Remember: vision trumps all other senses   8. Aim for a high Signal-to-Noise ratio 9. Embrace empty space 10. Learn to see the lessons all around you Got more?
  145. It takes time
  146. C O N F I D E N T I A L205 …find the time.
  147. (Kaizen) 改善
  148. Keep moving forward
  149. How to think like a designer Q & A
  150. 10tips 1. It’s not about tools 2. Start in analog mode 3. Take a risk, lose the fear 4. Look for the story   5. Put yourself in their shoes   6. Show restraint   7. Remember: vision trumps all other senses   8. Aim for a high Signal-to-Noise ratio 9. Embrace empty space 10. Learn to see the lessons all around you Got more?
  151. presentationzen.com
  152. PowerPoint is not the presentation パワーポイントがプレゼンテーションなのではない
  153. You are the presentation あなたがプレゼンテーションなのだ
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