Are you
sharing the
wrong slides?

Jeanne Trojan
@jmtcz
You just finished your
conference presentation.
You created visually
captivating slides.
And, your audience loved your talk.
So, you quickly upload your slides.
But, no one likes,
favorites or shares them.
What’s the
problem?
But, without your message, your slides are
meaningless to an online audience.
The solution?
Two sets of slides!
A live version.
and one for sharing online..
Doesn’t this mean I
have to do a lot of
extra work?
NO!
After you’ve done the
proper preparation, write
a storyboard with one
message per slide.
Save this file for later.
Then, add images that fit the message
(or just keep a few of the words).
This is your live
presentation version.
This message should be a summary
of what you say in the live
presentation.
This is!
Now you’ve got two
sets of slides.
If it looks like you aren’t going
to make the deadline, resist the
temptation to hire more
developers.
Your live presentation slides have
great images and impact.
And, your online slides
make sense to your
audience.
You’ll be a star in both places!
Jeanne Trojan
jmtcz.cz
@jmtcz
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Do you share online the same slides that you used for your live presentation? Your online audience could be missing your message. Here is an easy solution that promotes great slide creation at the same time!

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  1. 1. Are you sharing the wrong slides? Jeanne Trojan @jmtcz
  2. 2. You just finished your conference presentation.
  3. 3. You created visually captivating slides.
  4. 4. And, your audience loved your talk.
  5. 5. So, you quickly upload your slides.
  6. 6. But, no one likes, favorites or shares them.
  7. 7. What’s the problem?
  8. 8. But, without your message, your slides are meaningless to an online audience.
  9. 9. The solution?
  10. 10. Two sets of slides!
  11. 11. A live version.
  12. 12. and one for sharing online..
  13. 13. Doesn’t this mean I have to do a lot of extra work?
  14. 14. NO!
  15. 15. After you’ve done the proper preparation, write a storyboard with one message per slide.
  16. 16. Save this file for later.
  17. 17. Then, add images that fit the message (or just keep a few of the words).
  18. 18. This is your live presentation version.
  19. 19. This message should be a summary of what you say in the live presentation.
  20. 20. This is!
  21. 21. Now you’ve got two sets of slides.
  22. 22. If it looks like you aren’t going to make the deadline, resist the temptation to hire more developers.
  23. 23. Your live presentation slides have great images and impact.
  24. 24. And, your online slides make sense to your audience.
  25. 25. You’ll be a star in both places!
  26. 26. Jeanne Trojan jmtcz.cz @jmtcz
  27. 27. Photo credits (all Flickr Creative Commons) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Oops I did it again Racchio I am a font geek Reallocalcelebrity Creative mix Kris Krug creativelim.ca Interesting North Audience Dan Sumption Bleary morning Mike Oliveri Renderqueue Astrogony I’m Confused Brian Lane Winfield Moore Jason Santa Maria Reallocalcelebrity I wouldn’t have it any other way Hckyso Day 000000100 Glindsay65 Storyboards Benarent Browsing Nicholasjon Laihiu The people in charge Scott McLeod Women in Games EA crys Reinforcing the status quo Scott McLeod Hourglass Nicholasjon IMG 1457 Noah Sussman Cartoon bubble sclopit Liwanag sa dilim JM Abania

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