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presentation styles that I likekenny tang 25 april 2008
a powerpoint is a powerpoint is a powerpoint?     presentation styles don’t matter, if
a powerpoint is a powerpoint is a powerpoint?     presentation styles don’t matter, if       your audience has nowhere to ...
six key attributes of sticky messagessource: http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2007/07/make.html
six key attributes of sticky messages           simplicity            unexpectedness                    concreteness      ...
how do these slides rate?simplicity   unexpectedness   concreteness   emotions   credibility   stories
how do these slides rate?simplicity   unexpectedness   concreteness   emotions   credibility   stories
how about these?simplicity   unexpectedness   concreteness   emotions   credibility   stories
how about these?simplicity   unexpectedness   concreteness   emotions   credibility   stories
avoid clutter, graphics & cliche title-bullets formatsyou should be the focus, not the pretty pictures
a cluttered slide is confusingsource: http://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2005/11/it_was_one_of_t.html
cluttered slide != security blanket
bad graphic design - viewers don’t know where to look
bullets make presentations formal and stiff, dumbs down              our points, confuses and bores audiencessource: http:...
in contrast - a blank screen helps...
to grab the audience’s attentionto give your presentation pacing and rhythm
delivery mattersuse a conversational and natural voice   appear comfortable and relaxed            avoid jargons
choose your words
demo of sticky presentations simplicity   unexpectedness        concreteness   emotions credibility   stories jj abrams: t...
demo of sticky presentations simplicity    unexpectedness            concreteness   emotions   credibility   storiesdav gl...
sticky messages simplicity   unexpectedness        concreteness   emotions   credibility   stories sergey & larry: Inside ...
sticky messages simplicity   unexpectedness       concreteness   emotions   credibility   stories steve jobs: macworld 200...
other pointspractice practice practice      set a theme       enthusiasm       make it stick
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  1. 1. presentation styles that I likekenny tang 25 april 2008
  2. 2. a powerpoint is a powerpoint is a powerpoint? presentation styles don’t matter, if
  3. 3. a powerpoint is a powerpoint is a powerpoint? presentation styles don’t matter, if your audience has nowhere to go you don’t care if your words stick
  4. 4. six key attributes of sticky messagessource: http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2007/07/make.html
  5. 5. six key attributes of sticky messages simplicity unexpectedness concreteness credibility emotions storiessource: http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2007/07/make.html
  6. 6. how do these slides rate?simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility stories
  7. 7. how do these slides rate?simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility stories
  8. 8. how about these?simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility stories
  9. 9. how about these?simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility stories
  10. 10. avoid clutter, graphics & cliche title-bullets formatsyou should be the focus, not the pretty pictures
  11. 11. a cluttered slide is confusingsource: http://presentationzen.blogs.com/presentationzen/2005/11/it_was_one_of_t.html
  12. 12. cluttered slide != security blanket
  13. 13. bad graphic design - viewers don’t know where to look
  14. 14. bullets make presentations formal and stiff, dumbs down our points, confuses and bores audiencessource: http://www.presentationzen.com/presentationzen/2005/11/microsofts_love.html
  15. 15. in contrast - a blank screen helps...
  16. 16. to grab the audience’s attentionto give your presentation pacing and rhythm
  17. 17. delivery mattersuse a conversational and natural voice appear comfortable and relaxed avoid jargons
  18. 18. choose your words
  19. 19. demo of sticky presentations simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility stories jj abrams: the mystery box @ TEDhttp://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/205
  20. 20. demo of sticky presentations simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility storiesdav glass: Rich text editing with YUIhttp://developer.yahoo.com/yui/editor/
  21. 21. sticky messages simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility stories sergey & larry: Inside the Google machinehttp://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/118
  22. 22. sticky messages simplicity unexpectedness concreteness emotions credibility stories steve jobs: macworld 2008http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/mwsf08/
  23. 23. other pointspractice practice practice set a theme enthusiasm make it stick
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