Week Eleven Presentations

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Week Eleven Presentations

  1. 1. Presentations That Work
  2. 2. Looking Ahead
  3. 3. The Three Parts
  4. 4. The Three Parts • Your slides • You and your audience • Your handouts
  5. 5. Part One Your Slides
  6. 6. Elegant Design
  7. 7. Reflect Your Message
  8. 8. Grab Attention
  9. 9. Stand Out
  10. 10. Simplicity Emotional Impact
  11. 11. Simplicity
  12. 12. Short, Clear Headlines
  13. 13. Short, Clear Headline
  14. 14. Short, Clear Headline Subhead that supports the headline
  15. 15. Short, Clear Headline Subhead that supports the headline • Four legible bullet points, tops
  16. 16. Short, Clear Headline Subhead that supports the headline • Four legible bullet points, tops ✴Never use sub-bullets
  17. 17. Short, Clear Headline Subhead that supports the headline • Four legible bullet points, tops ✴Never use sub-bullets • Give them breathing room
  18. 18. Short, Clear Headline Subhead that supports the headline • Four legible bullet points, tops ✴Never use sub-bullets • Give them breathing room • Keep bullets short, active
  19. 19. Short, Clear Headline Subhead that supports the headline • Four legible bullet points, tops ✴Never use sub-bullets • Give them breathing room • Keep bullets short, active • Don’t use decorative fonts
  20. 20. For all our sakes
  21. 21. For all our sakes never use clipart
  22. 22. Don’t Use Junk
  23. 23. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message
  24. 24. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message The commuter challenge
  25. 25. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message The commuter challenge Page 3
  26. 26. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message The commuter challenge w8nc inc. Page 3
  27. 27. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message The commuter challenge October, 2006 w8nc inc. Page 3
  28. 28. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message The commuter challenge October, 2006 w8nc inc. Page 3
  29. 29. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message The commuter challenge October, 2006 w8nc inc. Page 3
  30. 30. Don’t Use Junk That detracts from your message The commuter challenge October, 2006 w8nc inc. Page 3
  31. 31. Emotional Impact
  32. 32. Faces
  33. 33. Faces
  34. 34. Faces
  35. 35. Faces
  36. 36. Faces
  37. 37. Spoken Word Poetry an ANTHROPOLOGICAL search for meaning In this presentation I will be looking at the roots of spoken word poetry in Toronto, and in Canada in general. The key ethnographic issues I will discuss will include: •The African griot* roots of dub and spoken word •Spoken word and rap, what’s the same? •Is spoken word poetry being appropriate •The slavery tradition and North American oral poetry •Spoken word and the oral tradition historically Everybody’s got a story that’ll break your heart. -Amanda Marshall * type of African storytelling, see Jameson’s “African Traditions, Page 43” Spoken Word Poetry Page 7
  38. 38. Details Tell Stories
  39. 39. Detailed Data Deadens
  40. 40. Don’t Insult Your Audience Southwest Regions, Dataset Projections Of note here is the 3.4% increase in the Q1 results compared to the 45% decrease predicted in last quarter’s projections Lumber Sales Q1
  41. 41. Make An Effort Projected -45% Actual +3.4% We’re nearly 50% ahead of our lumber sales projections
  42. 42. 12 weeks
  43. 43. 12 weeks 40,000 page views
  44. 44. What ensemble is not
  45. 45. What ensemble is not • A traditional write-only website
  46. 46. What ensemble is not • A traditional write-only website • A content management system
  47. 47. What ensemble is not • A traditional write-only website • A content management system • Centralized
  48. 48. What ensemble is not • A traditional write-only website • A content management system • Centralized • Complex
  49. 49. Summing Up Slides are the simple, emotional support for your message.
  50. 50. Part Two You, and Your Audience
  51. 51. Summing Up Excite
  52. 52. Engage
  53. 53. Don’t Enervate
  54. 54. Ignore the Tech Ig
  55. 55. Eye Contact
  56. 56. Tell Stories
  57. 57. Summing Up Use your time to connect in a human way with your audience.
  58. 58. Part Three Your Handouts
  59. 59. Vital Info Branding Details Contact Info Links Bibliography
  60. 60. Summing Up Leave the data and details to your handout, which should not be your slides.
  61. 61. The Whole Show

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