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  • Made to Stick by Chip Heath & Dan HeathWhat makes some ideas effective and memorable, and other forgettable?There are six key examples
  • Simplify your message to its absolute core.What’s the key point? What’s the core? Why does it matter?
  • Get people interest by violating their expectations. Surprise people!But to sustain interest, you have to stimulate their curiosity.Make the audience aware of their gap of knowledge, and fill the gap.Take people on a journey.
  • Give real examples, not abstractions.[Give mission statement example]
  • If you are famous in your field, you may have built-in credibility.Most of us who don’t, reach for numbers and cold hard data.But statistics are not inherently helpful. Context and meanings are.[Give battery example]
  • People are emotional beings so you must make them feel something.There are many ways, one of them is using great images.
  • Human is communicating by telling stories.Stories are used to express ourselves.Don’t use streams of vaguely connected information.Use stories, examples, or illustrations.
  • Presentation That Wows

    1. 1. Designing Effective PowerPoints !!! aditya
    2. 2. I presentations Why?
    3. 3. Because presentations can be
    4. 4. Inspiring!
    5. 5. Unfortunately…
    6. 6. of PowerPoint is * Unbearable according to Guy Kawasaki * and Alexei Kapterev
    7. 7. Failed to inspire!
    8. 8. What’s ?
    9. 9. fundamental mistakes…
    10. 10. 1 made w/o design in mind
    11. 11. Why matters
    12. 12. design is conversation
    13. 13. fail to = design to
    14. 14. 2 trying to put too much
    15. 15. more always better
    16. 16. Sample #1
    17. 17. them
    18. 18. Remember! slide = idea
    19. 19. Sample #2
    20. 20. them …like the following
    21. 21. Too much complexity!
    22. 22. Everything should be made as as possible, but not simpler than that.
    23. 23. Sample #3
    24. 24. …like the following
    25. 25. Sample #4
    26. 26. aim for the
    27. 27. just keep your slides !
    28. 28. 3 substituting the presenter
    29. 29. You are the
    30. 30. if the slides tell all, are you still ?
    31. 31. Sample #6
    32. 32. what about the ?
    33. 33. create separate document
    34. 34. make two presentation
    35. 35. print with notes
    36. 36. 4 not audience friendly
    37. 37. Care for your audience!
    38. 38. Sample #7
    39. 39. Make it
    40. 40. Sample #8
    41. 41. use few matching !
    42. 42. Colors have meanings
    43. 43. Sample #9
    44. 44. learn the simple rule  
    45. 45. some of my favorites: Helvetica HelveticaNeueLT Std Gill Sans MT Trebuchet MS
    46. 46. use very few ...
    47. 47. 5 not telling stories
    48. 48. it is the ,
    49. 49. sticky messages by Chip Heath & Dan Heath
    50. 50. key principles...
    51. 51. simplicity
    52. 52. unexpectedness
    53. 53. concreteness
    54. 54. credibility
    55. 55. emotions
    56. 56. stories
    57. 57. , how can we make it ?
    58. 58. fundamental steps…
    59. 59. 1 go analog, generate ideas
    60. 60. 2 select appropriate few
    61. 61. 3 build the wireframe
    62. 62. 4 get feedback
    63. 63. 5 put the toppings
    64. 64. and , but certainly not the …
    65. 65. never the power of presentations…
    66. 66. It can change people
    67. 67. It can change the world
    68. 68. just like this man’s presentation
    69. 69. everybody has their own to be shared…
    70. 70. the world is waiting for your story
    71. 71. you

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