New Rules For Power Point Presentations (Revised)

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Slide deck from recent presentation in my grad school class, Delivering Training. Teaching fellow trainers-in-training how to give better presentations. Watch video from April 13 training session recorded on April 15, 2009 at http://mediasite.nmu.edu/NMUMediasite/Viewer/?peid=b4d26217a51d4084882eca5dcbd0f1b6

Text of New Rules For Power Point Presentations (Revised)

  • Presentation Slide Design for the Non-Designer The New Rules of Presentations Christina Quick Henderson PYTD 510, Delivering Training Title Inspired by Robin Williams, The Non-Designers Design Book
  • 1) What is your past training using PowerPoint (or Apple Keynote)? 2) Based on your experience at work or school, what are the traditional rules for using PPT?
  • an inconvenient truth Al Gore
  • New Rules of Presentations 1) Design Right-Brained Slides. 2) Tell Stories. 3) Use Pictures.
  • Great Book!
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  • Left -Brained Slides
    • People cant listen and read effectively at the same time.
    • Watching presenters read directly from their slides is really, really boring.
    • Slide after slide of bulleted text puts people to sleep.
    • Garr Reynolds calls this Death By Powerpoint.
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  • 8 Death by PowerPoint
  • Rule #1 Design Right-Brain Slides
  • Read Me!
  • Photo: Steve Mellon/Post-Gazette Rule #2 Tell Stories
  • Buy Me!
  • Rule #3 Use Pictures
  • Vision trumps all other senses.
  • Rule #10: Vision trumps all other senses.
  • Show Faces
  • Find Beauty
  • Downsized Dramatize
  • Use Surprise
  • Be Funny Image by Kathy Sierra, via Creating Passionate Users Blog
  • 2% of the world owns 50% of the wealth. Use a Metaphorical Image
  • The poorest 50% of the world The poorest 50% of the world owns 1% of the wealth.
  • New Rules of Presentations 1) Design Right-Brained Slides. 2) Tell Stories. 3) Use Pictures.
  • Principles of Graphic Design for the Non-Designer The New Rules of Presentations Part II Christina Quick Henderson Coming Soon! PYTD 510, Delivering Training Title Inspired by Robin Williams, The Non-Designers Design Book