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Ted slideshow - Timothy Prestero

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    • TIMOTHY PRESTERO:DESIGN FOR PEOPLE, NOTAWARDS PUBLIC SPEAKING INSTRUCTOR: J. MELTON PRESENTED BY: TSUNG-TSE HUANG
    • TIMOTHY PRESTEROis the founder and CEO ofDesign that Matters , a not forprofit product design firm basedin Cambridge, MA.
    • “DESIGN FOR PEOPLE,NOT AWARDS” Timothy explained thefundamental purpose ofdesign is to solveproblems in a practicalway.
    • DESIGN VS PRACTICALITY Timothy first captured the attention of the crowd with a simplequestion - why is it that this years new cars look pretty much exactlylike last years new cars even though we’ve all seen the futuristicconcept cars?
    • HOW DESIGNS SHOULD WORK.. Design is not simply about theaesthetics appeal - everything hasto work together. Timothy explainsthat a good design is human-centered and practical. Following the 10 commandmentsof TED talks, Timothy explainedhis “failure” in a very engagingfashion – His design of the NeoNurture Incubator.
    • “THERES NO SUCH THING AS ADUMB USER. … THERE ARE ONLYDUMB PRODUCTS.”Timothy also defines gooddesigns to be intuitive – theway to operate a productshould be the simplest way.
    • DYNAMISM RATING: 3/5The presentation was very wellstructured; however, Timothywas not very animate throughoutthe presentation. Timothymaintained a very professionalattitude, but he talked fairly fast.I felt he could add some pausesand possibly slow down thepace.
    • Timothy’s power point slidesmatched Nancy Duarte and GarrReynolds’ presentation tips verywell. All the slides were clearand to the point and image-oriented. There was little to nodescriptive text.
    • The images Timothy presentedwere all very good supplementsto his argument. He used thephotos to first illustrate thepotential problems of certaindesigns, then Timothy presentedthe proposed solutions.
    • TIMOTHY DELIVERED HISMESSAGEin a clear, concise manner.His attitude was veryprofessional and his deliverywas direct and straight to thepoint.
    • TIMOTHY DELIVERED HISMESSAGEwith a strong, passionatevoice. You can tell by the wayhe spoke that he firmlybelieves in his argument.This is the kind of trait thatmakes a public speakereffective.
    • TO COMPARE.. Timothy Prestero and Sir KenRobinson are both verypassionate about their beliefsand that they have the desire topersuade and change the world.They both followed a similarformat of presentation thatdescribes the current state, theproblems that are currentlypresent, and their proposedsolution.
    • IN CONTRAST.. Sir Ken Robinson, in my opinion, had abetter paced delivery - He knew when topause and when to pick up thepresentation. Not only that, Sir KenRobinson also kept the attention of hisaudience better by weaving jokes into hispresentation.
    • TIPS! Be confident and passionate about what you want to present. You simply cannot persuade someone if you do not firmly believe in your own argument.
    • MORE TIPS! Be realistic and use stories to found the argument. The stories could be about failures or success because real life stories make for a more engaging experience for the audience.