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Ted talks: John Maeda


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Ted talks: John Maeda

  1. 1. John MaedaHow art, technology and design inform creative leaders
  2. 2. John Maeda Japanese-Americangraphic designer, computerscientist and author. His work indesign, technology andleadership explores the areawhere this fields merge.
  3. 3. Thesis: Blending the technology and design for better creation of leaders
  4. 4. CAPTURING THE ATTENTION By introducing himself into the situation. Letting people know that in some point he have gone thru the same situation.
  5. 5. Maintain Engagement By keeping a good posture and well use of body language and interact with the audience in a indirect way.
  6. 6. TED Commandments #4. “Thou Shalt Tell a Story” He start introducing himself with a story and continue the speech telling story and informing the audience. He used this method to keep the audience intrigue and share his point of view.
  7. 7. He preserve a gooddynamism I’ll score him with a 5 of 5.
  8. 8. That there’s no reason to be afraid of presenting newideas. We have the key and control of what we want to show and be capture by our audience.
  9. 9. Sir Ken Robinson: Ken Robinson he present himself in a more dynamic way. Mostof the time making jokes. So in that matter is a little harder tocompare one and other since they have different methods ofapproaching the audience.
  10. 10. Sir Ken Robinson: Something they both have in common was the use of artillustration to maintain the audience involve.
  11. 11. Tips: • Maintain a good and constant used of body language • Be clear on the idea that you are trying to present • Keep your audience interested • Interact with them, that way they feel part of it and they understand better your point of view
  12. 12. Citations• VideoJohn Maeda: How art, technology and design inform creative leaders