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A seminar organised for Haute Ecole Albert Jacquard Web Design students in order to help them be better at pitching their ideas and creations

A seminar organised for Haute Ecole Albert Jacquard Web Design students in order to help them be better at pitching their ideas and creations

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  • Tips & Tricksto Elevate your pitch HEAJ - September 2012
  • HelloI am David
  • My Objective isTo help you tell stories
  • Rules of engagement1. Learn & Share2. No judgement3. Constructive feedback only4. Ask questions5. Dare to jump
  • A few tips to start
  • 1. Conceptually
  • Know How &Know Why © Guillaume
  • Tell your Story
  • Convey Emotions
  • Believe in Yourself
  • Build Momentum
  • Have Fun
  • Seduce
  • 2. Practically
  • Take the Time
  • Breathe in Silence
  • Use the Context
  • Talk to your audience
  • Use your Voice
  • Look at your audience
  • Your Body is your Buddy
  • Technology serves You
  • Rehearse
  • Inspiring speeches Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity?
  • Inspiring speechesSteve Jobs 2005 Stanford Commencement Address
  • • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GigYWy2UmOY• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp0HIF3SfI4
  • An example with Raz*War
  • Let’s Exercise !
  • 10 min prep Exercise 1 (solo)• Introduce yourself to the group in less than 60 secs• Tell ‣ who you are, ‣ why you study design, ‣ what’s your favorite color and why Why / Story
  • Exercise 1 - feedback round What have you learned?
  • 5 min prep Exercise 2 (in pairs)• Look your partner in the eye and tell him / her why you choose these studies without losing his / her sight ‣ Max. 2 minutes Look / Focus / Seduce
  • Exercise 2 - feedback round What have you learned?
  • 5 min prep Exercise 3 (solo)• Tell us a funny / nice story about holidays during your childhood • Max. 2 minutes • You will be opposite to the crowd while telling the story Voice / Story / Fun
  • Exercise 3 - feedback round What have you learned?
  • 5 min prep Exercise 4 (solo)• Think of a website you love and tell us 3 reasons why you think it is outperforming ‣ Max. 1.5 minutes ‣ You can use the laptop Argument / Structure / Why / Techno
  • Exercise 4 - feedback round What have you learned?
  • no prep Exercise 5 (solo)• Stand in front of the group in silence for 60 seconds and look everyone in the eye Space / Silence / Look
  • Exercise 5 - feedback round What have you learned?