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Presenting
Content
Icons: http://www.designfreebies.org/free-vectors/free-multimedia-vector-icons/
What makes
a good presentation?
What makes
a good presentation?
Let’s have a look…
Presentation Styles
Sir Ken Robinson(http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html)
Han...
What makes
a good website design?
What makes
a good website design?
Let’s have a look…
Decide in an instant:
	 	 	 Good or bad design?
Then, take some time to reflect:
			 Why is it good or bad?
Good Bad
Good Badü
Pleasant, simple and effective
Good Bad
Good Badü
“It’s good design,
but I don’t like it.”
Good Bad
Good Badü
Crowded, small typeface,
dominant advertisments
Good Bad
Good Badü
You wouldn’t use the startpage ex-
cept for the search anyway.
Good Bad
Good Badü
Everything in its right place
Good Bad
Good Badü
(Too) sober, much empty space,
small typeface
Good Bad
Good Badü
Nothing to mope about
Good Bad
Good Badü
Pleasant colors, good layout
Good Bad
Good Badü
Whoah!
Which website is this actually?
Good Bad
Good Badü
Good layout and colors,
maybe a bit boring
Good Bad
Good Badü
How many links can you have in a
single paragraph?
Aspects of good design
StyleBalanceEconomy
ConsistencyStructure
Usability
Good design conveys ideas
Relationship
Accessibi...
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Aspects of good design

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This is a presentation that I used in my course <a>Presenting Content</a> at the <a>University of Marburg</a>, Germany. The comments on the screenshots as well as the judgements are those of the course participants and not my own.

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Aspects of good design

  1. 1. Presenting Content Icons: http://www.designfreebies.org/free-vectors/free-multimedia-vector-icons/
  2. 2. What makes a good presentation?
  3. 3. What makes a good presentation? Let’s have a look…
  4. 4. Presentation Styles Sir Ken Robinson(http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html) Hans Roslin(http://www.ted.com/talks/hans_rosling_shows_the_best_stats_you_ve_ever_seen.html) Ze Frank(http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/ze_frank_s_web_playroom.html) Images: http://www.ted.com/
  5. 5. What makes a good website design?
  6. 6. What makes a good website design? Let’s have a look…
  7. 7. Decide in an instant: Good or bad design? Then, take some time to reflect: Why is it good or bad?
  8. 8. Good Bad
  9. 9. Good Badü Pleasant, simple and effective
  10. 10. Good Bad
  11. 11. Good Badü “It’s good design, but I don’t like it.”
  12. 12. Good Bad
  13. 13. Good Badü Crowded, small typeface, dominant advertisments
  14. 14. Good Bad
  15. 15. Good Badü You wouldn’t use the startpage ex- cept for the search anyway.
  16. 16. Good Bad
  17. 17. Good Badü Everything in its right place
  18. 18. Good Bad
  19. 19. Good Badü (Too) sober, much empty space, small typeface
  20. 20. Good Bad
  21. 21. Good Badü Nothing to mope about
  22. 22. Good Bad
  23. 23. Good Badü Pleasant colors, good layout
  24. 24. Good Bad
  25. 25. Good Badü Whoah! Which website is this actually?
  26. 26. Good Bad
  27. 27. Good Badü Good layout and colors, maybe a bit boring
  28. 28. Good Bad
  29. 29. Good Badü How many links can you have in a single paragraph?
  30. 30. Aspects of good design StyleBalanceEconomy ConsistencyStructure Usability Good design conveys ideas Relationship Accessibility  etc. pp.

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