If there are any burning questions which I can help with you can contact me using Facebook. My Facebook ID is “drew provan”. I’m very happy to answer questions on slide design, artwork, using iPhone, iPad, and other hardware to give your presentations. So feel free to contact me at any time I am online [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Presentation style'
July 27th, 2010 · No Comments · Presentation skills, Presentation style, Public Speaking
July 12th, 2010 · No Comments · Presentation skills, Presentation style
Any epidemiologist, medic, scientist or anyone who uses graphical data should watch Hans Rosling’s approach to data presentation. He manages to make something dry, like stats, come to life and have real meaning. Watch him explain all in this video ” title=”” target=”_blank”>video clip
February 8th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Concluding the pesentation, Presentation skills, Presentation style, Public Speaking
One of the nice things about WordPress is that you can see what people are searching for online which brings them to your site. The commonest search string which makes people end up at my site is “how to end a presentation”. I have to say, with all the posts I have written, the vast [...]
Tags: How to end presentation
May 27th, 2009 · No Comments · Communication, Designer worth noting, Presentation style
I see Nancy Duarte’s company is offering presentation design teaching in the form of workshops and webinars for those who can’t physically attend workshops. If these are anything like her book they will be amazing.
April 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · Communication, Presentation skills, Presentation style, Public Speaking
I was reading an article today about moving around (randomly, rather than in a set pattern which can bore the audience just as much as remaining static) while you give a talk and it made me think about how mobile I am when I give a talk.
March 28th, 2009 · No Comments · Communication, Presentation skills, Presentation style
Lately I have become somewhat obsessed with PowerPoint and Apple Keynote. I read Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds (fabulous book, wish I’d written it – see his great blog at Presentation Zen) and this woke me up to the fact that most slides and most presentations suck. My own presentations are generally grim, too, with [...]