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Visualising Your Thesis
HELLO
my name is
HELLO
my name is
I AM A
ADVICE FOR VISUALIZING YOUR THESIS IN 60 SECONDS
Slide Design
Typography
Information Design
Imagery
Slide designed by Fabiola Gianotti for CERN
Slides are not a document
Text heavy slides are boring
(AND TAKE TOO LONG TO READ)
You only have 60 seconds so the
text needs to be a quick read
Visually “chunking” the information
Helps people read more easily
•	 Exposure to violence/abuse = significant risk factor for myriad
physiological, social and physical health consequences
•	 # of efficacious and effective treatments identified, with Trauma-
focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) currently evidencing
most empirical support
•	 Not all children’s families have ready access to these trauma-informed
evidence-based services
•	 Exposure to violence/abuse = significant risk factor for myriad
physiological, social and physical health consequences
•	 # of efficacious and effective treatments identified, with Trauma-
focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) currently evidencing
most empirical support
•	 Not all children’s families have ready access to these trauma-informed
evidence-based services
•	 Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with
health consequences
•	 Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
•	 Not all children’s families have access to
evidence-based services
•	 Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with
health consequences
•	 Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with
health consequences
•	 Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
•	 Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with
health consequences
•	 Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
•	 Not all children’s families have access to
evidence-based services
SEQUENCING IS
GUIDING THE
VIEWERS EYES
WHERE YOU
WANT
THEM TO
GO
Hierarchy
BOTTOM
RIGHT
TOP
LEFT
top
big
top
big
bright
top
THE KEY TO KEEPING SLIDES SIMPLE
Mangage
Figure/Ground
Relationships
Jane Austen was an English novel-
ist whose works of romantic fiction,
set among the landed gentry, earned
her a place as one of the most widely
read writers in English literature.
GROUND =
BACKGROUND
(ALSO CALLED
NEGATIVE SPACE)
FIGURE = FOREGROUND
Signal to Noise Ratio
THE GUIDING PRINCIPLE
Maximize Signal Minimize Noise
Avoid complicated shapes behind text
Avoid strong colors in the background
Unless your type contrasts
Avoid bright colors on white
ESPECIALLY IF YOUR TYPE IS SMALL
Use less contrasty patterns like this one
If you have
to use one
then make
your type
bigger
Line stuff up and don’t mix alignments
Don’t sprinkle or put
something in each corner
Avoid panel-itis
WORKING WITH
Typography
TypefacesCommunicate
Serif or Sans Serif
Contrast between thick and thin strokes is hard to read
Minimal contrast is easier to read
AVOID THESE TYPEFACES
Gill Sans
Times New Roman
Futura
Papyrus
Comic Sans
Chancery Script
Eurostile
Copperplate
THESE FONTS ARE DESIGNED TO READ ON SCREEN
Georgia
Rockwell
Lucida
Verdana
Helvetica
Myriad
Do not compress or extend type
(YES, EVEN TO FIT STUFF ON THE SLIDE!)
Use weight for emphasis
rather than changing the typeface
Don’t use more than three
typeface changes
on one single SLIDE
Don’t use justified type
Especially in a box
CREATING AND WORKING WITH
Images
Images have ‘negative space’ too
Don’t distort images, especially faces.
This is not more interesting. It’s just messy.
Instead size images so they can be aligned
Slide designed by Fabiola Gianotti for CERN
LATCH
FIVE WAYS TO ORGANIZE INFORMATION
LOCATION
ALPHABETICAL
TIME
CATEGORY
HIERARCHY
Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
Location / Distance/geography
Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
Location / Distance/geography
Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information
Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
Location / Distance/geography
Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information
Time / Sequence/change over time
Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
Location / Distance/geography
Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information
Time / Sequence/change over time
Category / Similarity or relatedness
Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
Location / Distance/geography
Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information
Time / Sequence/change over time
Category / Similarity or relatedness
Hierarchy / Common measure (highest to lowest)
Pick the Right Tool
Bar Charts / compare items
Pick the Right Tool
Bar Charts / compare items
Line Graphs / show trends over time
Pick the Right Tool
Bar Charts / compare items
Line Graphs / show trends over time
Pie Charts / emphasize proportions
Pick the Right Tool
Bar Charts / compare items
Line Graphs / show trends over time
Pie Charts / emphasize proportions
Flowcharts / show process and connectedness
LET’S TRY IT OUT
Make a graphic of “I will survive” using the LATCH method
First I was afraid
I was petrified
Kept thinking I could never live
without you by my side
But I spent so many nights
thinking how you did me wrong
I grew strong
I learned how to carry on
and so you’re back
from outer space
I just walked in to find you here
with that sad look upon your face
I should have changed my stupid lock
I should have made you leave your key
If I had known for just one second
you’d be back to bother me
Go on now go walk out the door
just turn around now
‘cause you’re not welcome anymore
weren’t you the one who tried to hurt me
with goodbye
you think I’d crumble
you think I’d lay down and die
Oh no, not I
I will survive
as long as I know how to love
I know I will stay alive
I’ve got all my life to live
I’ve got all my love to give
and I’ll survive
I will survive
It took all the strength I had
not to fall apart
kept trying hard to mend
the pieces of my broken heart
and I spent oh so many nights
just feeling sorry for myself
I used to cry
Now I hold my head up high
and you see me
somebody new
I’m not that chained up little person
still in love with you
and so you felt like dropping in
and just expect me to be free
now I’m saving all my loving
for someone who’s loving me
AFRAID/PETRIFIED
NIGHTS SPENT FEELING SORRY FOR MYSELF
GREWSTRONG
LEARNEDTOCARRYON
SURVIVED!
CRYING&MENDINGHEART
Designing your
information
Pie Charts
Don’t use an ellipse—it distorts the data
Don’t use busy patterns or 3D effect
Make sure colors are tonally contrasting
Line Graphs
Background and labels should not overwhelm the lines
Scale allows variation without exaggeration
Doesn’t always need increments
Bar Charts
Don’t always need a frame or increment marks
Differences of height should be discernible
Type should be in proportion to the data
Use dashes or ellipses for missing data
Tints help the eye read across or down
Use fonts with open counters and/or no serifs
 
100
95
90
85
80
75
70
65
60
55
50
45
40
35
30
%
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
SKILL DEVELOPMENT
GOALS AND EXPECTATIONS
EXAMINATION
SUPERVISION
INFRASTRUCTURE
INTELLECTUAL CLIMATE
OVERALL SATISFACTION
Avoid Visual Clichés
Creative Thinking
=
Making New
Associations
It probably matters
that online design
teachers can’t
make this face
Any Questions?
Resources for Slide Design
Nancy Duarte’s book is called Slideology
www.duarte.com
Really Bad Powerpoint by Seth Godin can be found at:
sethgodin.com/freeprize/reallybad-1.pdf
Useful website: presentationzen.com
Typeface Research can be found here:
opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/
2012/08/08/hear-all-ye-people-hearken-o-earth/
CONTACT ME
WEBSITE ANITRALAND.COM
SLIDESHARE ANITRANOTTINGHAM
EMAIL ANITRA@ANITRALAND.COM
TWITTER / PINTEREST @ANITRANOT

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Visualise your Thesis Presentation/Workshop

  • 4. ADVICE FOR VISUALIZING YOUR THESIS IN 60 SECONDS Slide Design Typography Information Design Imagery
  • 5. Slide designed by Fabiola Gianotti for CERN
  • 6. Slides are not a document Text heavy slides are boring (AND TAKE TOO LONG TO READ)
  • 7. You only have 60 seconds so the text needs to be a quick read
  • 9. Helps people read more easily
  • 10.
  • 11. • Exposure to violence/abuse = significant risk factor for myriad physiological, social and physical health consequences • # of efficacious and effective treatments identified, with Trauma- focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) currently evidencing most empirical support • Not all children’s families have ready access to these trauma-informed evidence-based services
  • 12. • Exposure to violence/abuse = significant risk factor for myriad physiological, social and physical health consequences • # of efficacious and effective treatments identified, with Trauma- focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) currently evidencing most empirical support • Not all children’s families have ready access to these trauma-informed evidence-based services
  • 13. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences • Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) • Not all children’s families have access to evidence-based services
  • 14. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences
  • 15. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences • Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
  • 16. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences • Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) • Not all children’s families have access to evidence-based services
  • 17. SEQUENCING IS GUIDING THE VIEWERS EYES WHERE YOU WANT THEM TO GO
  • 20. top
  • 23. THE KEY TO KEEPING SLIDES SIMPLE Mangage Figure/Ground Relationships
  • 24. Jane Austen was an English novel- ist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature. GROUND = BACKGROUND (ALSO CALLED NEGATIVE SPACE) FIGURE = FOREGROUND
  • 26. THE GUIDING PRINCIPLE Maximize Signal Minimize Noise
  • 28. Avoid strong colors in the background Unless your type contrasts
  • 29. Avoid bright colors on white ESPECIALLY IF YOUR TYPE IS SMALL
  • 30. Use less contrasty patterns like this one
  • 31. If you have to use one then make your type bigger
  • 32. Line stuff up and don’t mix alignments
  • 33.
  • 34. Don’t sprinkle or put something in each corner
  • 35.
  • 37.
  • 38.
  • 39.
  • 40.
  • 43. Serif or Sans Serif
  • 44. Contrast between thick and thin strokes is hard to read
  • 45. Minimal contrast is easier to read
  • 46.
  • 47. AVOID THESE TYPEFACES Gill Sans Times New Roman Futura Papyrus Comic Sans Chancery Script Eurostile Copperplate
  • 48. THESE FONTS ARE DESIGNED TO READ ON SCREEN Georgia Rockwell Lucida Verdana Helvetica Myriad
  • 49. Do not compress or extend type (YES, EVEN TO FIT STUFF ON THE SLIDE!)
  • 50. Use weight for emphasis rather than changing the typeface
  • 51. Don’t use more than three typeface changes on one single SLIDE
  • 52. Don’t use justified type Especially in a box
  • 53. CREATING AND WORKING WITH Images
  • 54.
  • 55. Images have ‘negative space’ too
  • 56. Don’t distort images, especially faces.
  • 57. This is not more interesting. It’s just messy.
  • 58. Instead size images so they can be aligned
  • 59. Slide designed by Fabiola Gianotti for CERN
  • 60. LATCH FIVE WAYS TO ORGANIZE INFORMATION
  • 62.
  • 63.
  • 64.
  • 65.
  • 66.
  • 67.
  • 68.
  • 69. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
  • 70. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography
  • 71. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information
  • 72. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information Time / Sequence/change over time
  • 73. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information Time / Sequence/change over time Category / Similarity or relatedness
  • 74. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information Time / Sequence/change over time Category / Similarity or relatedness Hierarchy / Common measure (highest to lowest)
  • 75.
  • 76. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items
  • 77. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items Line Graphs / show trends over time
  • 78. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items Line Graphs / show trends over time Pie Charts / emphasize proportions
  • 79. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items Line Graphs / show trends over time Pie Charts / emphasize proportions Flowcharts / show process and connectedness
  • 80. LET’S TRY IT OUT Make a graphic of “I will survive” using the LATCH method First I was afraid I was petrified Kept thinking I could never live without you by my side But I spent so many nights thinking how you did me wrong I grew strong I learned how to carry on and so you’re back from outer space I just walked in to find you here with that sad look upon your face I should have changed my stupid lock I should have made you leave your key If I had known for just one second you’d be back to bother me Go on now go walk out the door just turn around now ‘cause you’re not welcome anymore weren’t you the one who tried to hurt me with goodbye you think I’d crumble you think I’d lay down and die Oh no, not I I will survive as long as I know how to love I know I will stay alive I’ve got all my life to live I’ve got all my love to give and I’ll survive I will survive It took all the strength I had not to fall apart kept trying hard to mend the pieces of my broken heart and I spent oh so many nights just feeling sorry for myself I used to cry Now I hold my head up high and you see me somebody new I’m not that chained up little person still in love with you and so you felt like dropping in and just expect me to be free now I’m saving all my loving for someone who’s loving me
  • 81. AFRAID/PETRIFIED NIGHTS SPENT FEELING SORRY FOR MYSELF GREWSTRONG LEARNEDTOCARRYON SURVIVED! CRYING&MENDINGHEART
  • 83.
  • 84. Pie Charts Don’t use an ellipse—it distorts the data Don’t use busy patterns or 3D effect Make sure colors are tonally contrasting
  • 85.
  • 86.
  • 87. Line Graphs Background and labels should not overwhelm the lines Scale allows variation without exaggeration Doesn’t always need increments
  • 88.
  • 89. Bar Charts Don’t always need a frame or increment marks Differences of height should be discernible Type should be in proportion to the data
  • 90.
  • 91. Use dashes or ellipses for missing data Tints help the eye read across or down Use fonts with open counters and/or no serifs
  • 92.
  • 93.  
  • 94. 100 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 % 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 SKILL DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND EXPECTATIONS EXAMINATION SUPERVISION INFRASTRUCTURE INTELLECTUAL CLIMATE OVERALL SATISFACTION
  • 95.
  • 96.
  • 97.
  • 98.
  • 100.
  • 101.
  • 102.
  • 103.
  • 104.
  • 105.
  • 106.
  • 108. It probably matters that online design teachers can’t make this face
  • 109.
  • 111. Resources for Slide Design Nancy Duarte’s book is called Slideology www.duarte.com Really Bad Powerpoint by Seth Godin can be found at: sethgodin.com/freeprize/reallybad-1.pdf Useful website: presentationzen.com Typeface Research can be found here: opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/ 2012/08/08/hear-all-ye-people-hearken-o-earth/
  • 112. CONTACT ME WEBSITE ANITRALAND.COM SLIDESHARE ANITRANOTTINGHAM EMAIL ANITRA@ANITRALAND.COM TWITTER / PINTEREST @ANITRANOT