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I heart presentation design

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Using a number of well-known paintings, Jan Schultink, a McKinsey-trained presentation designer and strategy consultant, introduces himself and his perspectives on presentation design.

Published in: Design, Technology, Business
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  • Once more, thank you for all the input, I am trying to incorporate as many comments as I can in a new version.
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  • Hi Jan,

    Good presentation. Some remarks :
    1. I like the narration in the left corner; those who only read the presentation (without voice-over) can get more grip on the key message
    2. Presentations start energetic but you lost me as soon as the Art pictures come in.
    3. Slide 15; would bring in more contrast
    4. Slide 19; I would play more with the different time dimensions vs the size of the boxes; This slide contains much information and it does not give instance insight.

    Henry
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  • Hi Jan,

    The 'narration' in the left corner is a good idea. It an effective way to add information without cluttering the visual.

    However, this is appropriate for ONLINE viewing. I wouldn't recommend it in front of an audience.

    I suggest that you put a slide in the beginning, inviting people the visualize the presentation in ’full screen’ to see the narration.

    Thanks for sharing this great presentation.

    - Denis Francois Gravel
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  • I already liked the previous format why change a winning format ;-)
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I heart presentation design

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