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GEOG8260.7 Presenting with type

  1. 1. Hans Rosling April 27
  2. 2. Majora Carter March 10
  3. 3. Majora Carter page 83
  4. 4. PRESENTING WITHTYPE
  5. 5. BE THOUGHTFULBE CONSISTENTBE DELIBERATE
  6. 6. USE SIMPLE FONTS
  7. 7. which fonts should you use?
  8. 8. Serif vs. San-serif
  9. 9. serif fontsGeorgia
  10. 10. serif fontsGaramond
  11. 11. serif fontsTimes New Roman
  12. 12. Tim serif fonts
  13. 13. san-serif fontsGill Sans
  14. 14. san-serif fontsFutura
  15. 15. san-serif fontsHelvetica
  16. 16. Hel san-serif fonts
  17. 17. Photograph: Ellio Brown
  18. 18. SHOW RESTRAINT
  19. 19. U.S. installed wind energy capacity (megawatts) 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009Source: Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
  20. 20. U.S. installed wind energy capacity (megawa s) 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009Source: Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
  21. 21. SMOKING REDUCES WEIGHT (one lung at a time) h p://bestphotoshoptutorials.net/2009/03/19/40-examples-of-beautiful-typography-in-advertising-design/
  22. 22. BE DELIBERATE
  23. 23. NEAR and FAR
  24. 24. Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, Proximity pages 158 - 159
  25. 25. Principles of Dendrochronology Reading the record of the rings By Malcolm CookDirector of the Tree-Ring Collaborative
  26. 26. Principles of Dendrochronology Reading the record of the rings Malcolm Cook Director, Tree-Ring Collaborative
  27. 27. Principles ofDendrochronology Reading the record of the rings Malcolm Cook Director, Tree-Ring Collaborative
  28. 28. “ To err is human, ” to forgive design. — Andrew Dillon
  29. 29. “ To err is human, to forgive design.” — Andrew Dillon
  30. 30. PATTERN PROXY PATTERN~30% ~50% ~15% * variance variance varianceclimate variable climate variable reconstruction
  31. 31. PATTERN PROXY PATTERN~30% * ~50% variance variance ~15% varianceclimate variable climate variable reconstruction
  32. 32. BE THOUGHTFULBE CONSISTENTBE DELIBERATE
  33. 33. “MURDERYOURDARLINGS. ” Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
  34. 34. “MURDERYOURDARLINGS. “assassinez vos chéris.” ” Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
  35. 35. Photograph: Ollie O’Brien
  36. 36. Photograph: Gene Hunt
  37. 37. TH R O U GH T HE TREES THE STORY OF PRAIRIE DROUGHT TOLD BY TREE RINGS
  38. 38. Exercise!Choose one (or two) fonts touse in your presentations.
  39. 39. WHICH FONTS SHOULD YOUCHOOSE?
  40. 40. ARIALnobody likes
  41. 41. then there’s Comic Sans
  42. 42. I hear Comic Sans is a classy font
  43. 43. Comic Sans Criminal h p://www.comicsanscriminal.com/
  44. 44. “Sleep well, Cleveland.”
  45. 45. h p://www.comicsanscriminal.com/
  46. 46. when should you use Comic Sans?
  47. 47. Never never never never never never nevernever never never never never never nevernever never never never never never nevernever never never never never never nevernever never never never never never nevernever never never never never never nevernever never never never never never nevernever never never never never never nevernever never never never use Comic Sans.
  48. 48. (unless you happen to be Richard Alley)
  49. 49. WHICH FONTS SHOULD YOUCHOOSE?
  50. 50. Fonts common to all versions of Windows & Mach p://www.ampso .net/webdesign-l/ WindowsMacFonts.html
  51. 51. STEP FOUR Use the probability distribution functionto estimate future wind conditions
  52. 52. Exercise!Choose one (or two) fonts touse in your presentations.
  53. 53. March 8 Pecha Kucha Minneapolis St. Paul

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