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Enchant at BIMTECH

  1. 1. *Enchant * Inspiration: Enchantment by Guy Kawasaki
  2. 2. R Restricted Due to the unconventional nature of this presentation, adult mindset is necessary
  3. 3. Weird or Just Different: DerekSivers
  4. 4. Good Afternoon
  5. 5. Worst Nightmare
  6. 6. A speaker at the conference gotthe most vigorous accolades interms of clapping, most probablybecause he was closest to put thewhole hall into deep sleep.
  7. 7. Okie another speaker trying tocomplete what his predecessorcould not, put the audience tosleep... Need cuppa co eedesperately...
  8. 8. Death byPowerPoint
  9. 9. Best GWorst Presentations
  10. 10. WHY?
  11. 11. Lack ofPreparation
  12. 12. Death by L azin essPowerPoint
  13. 13. 5Top PowerPoint Annoyances
  14. 14. Reads Slides 72 Full Sentences 52 Small Text 48 Bad Color Choice 34Complex Diagrams 26 0 25 50 75 Percent of RespondentsSource: Dave Paradi, 2011 Annoying PowerPoint
  15. 15. No Reads Slides 72 Full Sentences 52 Small Text 48 Story Bad Color Choice 34Complex Diagrams 26 0 25 50 75 Percent of RespondentsSource: Dave Paradi, 2011 Annoying PowerPoint
  16. 16. als u VisStory e ry liv De
  17. 17. als u VisStory e ry liv De
  18. 18. ! Story
  19. 19. Markets areconversations
  20. 20. als o
  21. 21. 1Build up
  22. 22. 1Build up 2 Crisis
  23. 23. 1Build up 2 Crisis 3 Redemption
  24. 24. No new stories
  25. 25. Just ‘Retold’
  26. 26. Ignite
  27. 27. Emotions…create attention
  28. 28. creates meaningAttention…
  29. 29. creates memoryMeaning…
  30. 30. 1Situation orComplication2Resolution3 Evidence
  31. 31. 1Situation orComplication2Resolution3 Evidence
  32. 32. 1Situation or ComplicationSCoRE 2Resolution 3 Evidence
  33. 33. TheBIGGESTStory Fest is coming here...
  34. 34. " Visual Design
  35. 35. Design isCRAP!
  36. 36. C R A P
  37. 37. CContrast R A P
  38. 38. CContrast R Repetition A P
  39. 39. CContrast R Repetition A Alignment P
  40. 40. CContrast R Repetition A Alignment Proximity P
  41. 41. Good Design Is As Easy as 1-2-3 1. Learn the principles. They’re simpler than you might think.2. Recognize when you’re not using them. Put it into words – name the problem. 3. Apply the principles. You’ll be amazed.
  42. 42. Good Designis as easy as… 1 Learn the principles. They’re simpler than you might think. 2 Recognize when you’re not using them. Put it into words – name the problem. 3 Apply the principles. You’ll be amazed.
  43. 43. Good Designis as easy as… 1 Learn the principles. They’re simpler than you might think. 2 Recognize when you’re not using them. Put it into words – name the problem. 3 Apply the principles. You’ll be amazed.
  44. 44. KansoSimplicity
  45. 45. Make everything assimple as possible butnot simpler.
  46. 46. ThoughtfulReduction
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  49. 49. Shift toNotes
  50. 50. Shift toNotes
  51. 51. Clean start
  52. 52. Getting through is becomingincreasingly difficult!
  53. 53. Vision trumps all other senses. Dr John Medina Brain Rules
  54. 54. 1FB6.%$/B+%$G8)(FS).&4DDB)+-, 4*"%5&("#$%&)5*2+.5&("#$&."-"*#62- !"#$%&()"*"$& +%,-.&/!"#$&& I#*J"6-.&& 0#("%&"-7+,*,"% 012*,-.3 8-)&!"#$%&9":"1)"$ <,<"(,-" 42((2?&+<&2-& #<<2,-)="-)%K&<*"%"-)& =#*J"6-.&=#)"*,#(K& !"#$%&()*#(+ <"*%+#%,2-K&-()&$%,$ &+($;<<2,-)="-)%&>"$& !"#$&C+*)+*,-.&)2& 0#("%&D"-"*#62-& ?,)5&@&("A"(& ."-"*#)"&#$$,62-#(& E*2.*#= B>"1+6A"% ("#$% 0#("%&<,<"(, F"&$"(,A"*&0#("%& F"&$"(,A"*&0#("%& *"#$G&("#$% H*$"*%
  55. 55. After
  56. 56. After
  57. 57. 6 ! Who is Customer? ! Anyone who uses product of your process. ! Customer can be: ! External (e.g. Car buyer, policy holder for an insurance company, Loan seeker in a bank) ! Internal (user departments for IT helpdesk, employees receiving salary from Finance department, etc.)!00DP&Q&R%%+"&S&LLTULL& @5#<)"*&LMNO
  58. 58. A Customer... • ...is anyone who uses your product or service • ...can be Internal or External
  59. 59. In the end...
  60. 60. Restraint in preparation
  61. 61. Simplicity&in design
  62. 62. Naturalness in delivery
  63. 63. Presentation Excellenceis never accidental!(Work your buns o !)!"#$%&&()
  64. 64. www.about.me/mohitchhabra

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