1. WORK2. THINK3. ACT
WORK         1.ColourFontDesign
StrongContrasting Colours
StrongContrasting Colours
Yellow text on whiteis very hard to read
White text on greyis very hard to read
ColourScheme
FONTS
Avoid using childish fonts inyour presentation
100 Points  54 Points   32 Points     16 Points       8 Points
TEMPLATE DESIGN
PresentationTitle SlidePresenter’s name will go hereDate 2011
PresentationTitle SlidePresenter’s name will go hereDate 2011
A Nice Divider SlideSecond line with details
Flip it foranother slideSecond line with details
Header goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes here
Style GuideUse these elements when you require a text box or arrow feature.
Add quotesUse these elements when you require a quote text box feature.                                                   ...
THINK                  2. Presentation Keep it Simple Visuals
Document vs PresentationDOCUMENT        PRESENTATION
KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
If you cantexplain it simply,you dontunderstand itwell enough.Albert Einstein
ONEMessage Per Slide
Extract keyinformation andrepresent it visually
TITLE: Cras interdum malesuada nibh, ut luctus metus luctus eget. Cras eget diam tortor, quissagittis enim. Cras vel augue...
1Up To the RightStrategicAdvantageBusinessValue (TCO)Tech Leader
Why is contamination so bad?• Can be injurious to human health or the environment• Decreases the value of land• May expose...
Why is contamination so bad? Human Health  Environment   Land value      Cost Owner liability
Why iscontaminationso bad?
WHITES PA C E
You are free to share, edit, copy and distribute theimage – as long as you attribute the work in themanner specified by th...
Source: Postcard photo negative ofSydney Harbour Bridge, 1 Oct 1930 / Samuel Wood
Slide Header goes here• Molestias excepturi                            • Odio dignissimos  sint cunaris oldo:             ...
DATA
Would Obama havewon without the internet? 1600000 1400000                            Obama, 1200000                    137...
Would Obama havewon without the internet?                          Obama                           1,375,000           McC...
25             20   20                                            20                                                      ...
Title of Data Graph    25                                              Category 1    20    15%    10                      ...
Candidates for new Jobs                          Increase in                          Candidates                          ...
12% increasein candidates
160                                                                               140                                     ...
2009reality          65           5    %                D                Drop in          unemployment
ACT              3.StructurePerformanceRehearsal
1. WORK2. THINK3. ACT
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day

901 views

Published on

Emma Bannister: The secrets of powerful presentations

Just when you think you’ve mastered a new presentation technology, along comes another function with more bells and whistles. Happily Emma Bannister is here to save us!

Emma has an unwavering belief in PowerPoint (when used properly), and works tirelessly towards her goal of training each and every user across the globe how to maximise its full potential and deliver winning presentations. ‘The secrets of powerful presentations’ explores the importance of strong visual support and will show you how to achieve it with your next presentation.

Far from baffling you with mind numbing processes, Emma is a strong advocate of Albert Einstein’s approach when he said:If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.

Her workshop covers:

The Presentation Journey: Understanding the audience’s objectives and how powerful stories engage listeners.
How to think like a designer: Visualising effective messages and designing impactful slides.
How to work like a designer: Best practices, shortcuts, workarounds, plus tips and tricks to aid productivity and reward.
Case studies: How ‘Infographics’ can communicate data and visual examples of good and bad presentation design.

Emma Bannister is the Founder and Managing Director of Presentation Studio, Australia’s leading full service presentation design agency. Presentation Studio take the stress out of your next conference, pitch or report, transforming material into engaging presentations, or building branded PowerPoint templates and Word documents for companies lacking consistent collateral.A certified Microsoft Specialist [MOS] with a corporate graphic design background of nearly 20 years, Emma and her team run presentation skills workshops from their offices at Fox Studios in Sydney.

Find out more at www.presentationstudio.com.au

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
901
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
18
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Emma Bannister at Flying Solo's Independents' Day

  1. 1. 1. WORK2. THINK3. ACT
  2. 2. WORK 1.ColourFontDesign
  3. 3. StrongContrasting Colours
  4. 4. StrongContrasting Colours
  5. 5. Yellow text on whiteis very hard to read
  6. 6. White text on greyis very hard to read
  7. 7. ColourScheme
  8. 8. FONTS
  9. 9. Avoid using childish fonts inyour presentation
  10. 10. 100 Points 54 Points 32 Points 16 Points 8 Points
  11. 11. TEMPLATE DESIGN
  12. 12. PresentationTitle SlidePresenter’s name will go hereDate 2011
  13. 13. PresentationTitle SlidePresenter’s name will go hereDate 2011
  14. 14. A Nice Divider SlideSecond line with details
  15. 15. Flip it foranother slideSecond line with details
  16. 16. Header goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes hereBody copy goes here
  17. 17. Style GuideUse these elements when you require a text box or arrow feature.
  18. 18. Add quotesUse these elements when you require a quote text box feature. “Speech bubble” xxx xxx xxx xxx
  19. 19. THINK 2. Presentation Keep it Simple Visuals
  20. 20. Document vs PresentationDOCUMENT PRESENTATION
  21. 21. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
  22. 22. If you cantexplain it simply,you dontunderstand itwell enough.Albert Einstein
  23. 23. ONEMessage Per Slide
  24. 24. Extract keyinformation andrepresent it visually
  25. 25. TITLE: Cras interdum malesuada nibh, ut luctus metus luctus eget. Cras eget diam tortor, quissagittis enim. Cras vel augue dui. Proin sapien dui, congue et vehicula et, convallis at sapien. Duistincidunt 1 2 3 Suspendisse potenti. Cras ENT $/# SP interdum malesuada nibh, ut Strategic Advantage luctus metus luctus eget. Cras Business eget diam tortor, quis sagittis Value (TCO) enim. Cras vel augue dui. Tech % Proin sapien dui, congue et Leader Aware Qtr. vehicula et, convallis at sapien. 13-week cadence Duis tincidunt erat sit amet turpis sodales ac convallis Up and To Build Connected the Right Mindshare Sales & Marketing risus aliquet. Cras et dolor nunc, id malesuada nisi.„ Lorem ipsum dolor sit „ Nam in nunc et urna „ Nam in nunc et urna amet, consectetur feugiat facilisis ac et feugiat facilisis ac et Praesent aliquet turpis a tellus adipiscing elit. Nullam ligula. Pellentesque ligula. Pellentesque varius sit amet pretium tortor nec nisi augue, at iaculis, ligula eget iaculis, ligula eget aliquet orci. lobortis dictum, urna lobortis dictum, varius. Aliquam at odio sapien. Vestibulum commodo elit commodo augue, urna elit commodo Praesent eget libero nunc. pharetra commodo. eu auctor est dolor ut augue, eu auctor est Quisque sed elit quam. Pellentesque dolor ut quam. Nunc vel tortor quam. metus, placerat enim sem, eleifend Pellentesque enim Phasellus pretium orci vel posuere lorem. Sed eget ornare nec, sem, eleifend eget libero pharetra ut imperdiet sed lectus sapien. auctor et eros. Nulla ornare nec, auctor facilisi. et eros. Nulla nulla adipiscing. facilisi.
  26. 26. 1Up To the RightStrategicAdvantageBusinessValue (TCO)Tech Leader
  27. 27. Why is contamination so bad?• Can be injurious to human health or the environment• Decreases the value of land• May expose owner/occupier to liability for personal injury or off-site migration of contamination to neighbouring land• Whether or not you want to or you are even responsible for the contamination, you may be forced to clean it up at considerable cost• Risks associated in dealings involving contaminated land
  28. 28. Why is contamination so bad? Human Health Environment Land value Cost Owner liability
  29. 29. Why iscontaminationso bad?
  30. 30. WHITES PA C E
  31. 31. You are free to share, edit, copy and distribute theimage – as long as you attribute the work in themanner specified by the author or licensor.
  32. 32. Source: Postcard photo negative ofSydney Harbour Bridge, 1 Oct 1930 / Samuel Wood
  33. 33. Slide Header goes here• Molestias excepturi • Odio dignissimos sint cunaris oldo: ducimus qui: – Sint occaecati cupiditate  Voluptatum deleniti – Vero eos et accusamus atque corrupti quos  Temporibus autem dolores et quas quibusdam et aut officiis neighbouring land debitis aut rerum • cupiditate non provident – quod maxime placeat facere • At vero eos et accusamus et iusto possimus, omnis voluptas assumenda est, omnis dolor odio dignissimos ducimus qui repellendus. necessitatibus saepe eveniet ut et voluptates  Voluptatum deleniti atque repudiandae sint et molestiae non recusandae. Itaque earum rerum hic tenetur a sapiente delectus
  34. 34. DATA
  35. 35. Would Obama havewon without the internet? 1600000 1400000 Obama, 1200000 1375000 1000000 800000 600000 McCain, 710000 400000 200000 0 Twitter Followers
  36. 36. Would Obama havewon without the internet? Obama 1,375,000 McCain 710,000 Twitter Followers
  37. 37. 25 20 20 20 19 18 17 16 16 15 15 Category 1Axis Title 14 12 Category 2 10 10 Category 3 8 8 Category 4 7 7 6 6 6 5 4.5 5 5 4.5 5 5 5 4.5 5 4 4 2.8 3 2.8 2.8 2 2 2 0 A B C D E F G H I
  38. 38. Title of Data Graph 25 Category 1 20 15% 10 Category 2 5 Category 3 Category 4 0 A B C D E F G H I Source: xyz
  39. 39. Candidates for new Jobs Increase in Candidates 12%
  40. 40. 12% increasein candidates
  41. 41. 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Sep-06 Nov-06 Jan-07 Mar-07NSW May-07 Jul-07 Sep-07VIC Nov-07 Jan-08 Mar-08QLD May-08 Jul-08SA Sep-08 Nov-08 Jan-09WA Mar-09 May-09 Jul-09AUS Sep-09 Drop in unemployment - 2009 Nov-09 Jan-10 Mar-10 May-10 Jul-10 Sep-10 Nov-10 market Tightening labour market Softening labour
  42. 42. 2009reality 65 5 % D Drop in unemployment
  43. 43. ACT 3.StructurePerformanceRehearsal
  44. 44. 1. WORK2. THINK3. ACT

×