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Bad presentations use bullets. Lots and lots of bullets. Know who else uses lots of bullets? Arnold Schwarzenegger. Good presentations need three things: strong content, engaging slides and a commanding presenter.
Here are some tips to make a good presentation by becoming a STUPID CRAP PRO.
As you read the slides, be sure to use your best Terminator voice for maximum effect.

Bad presentations use bullets. Lots and lots of bullets. Know who else uses lots of bullets? Arnold Schwarzenegger. Good presentations need three things: strong content, engaging slides and a commanding presenter.
Here are some tips to make a good presentation by becoming a STUPID CRAP PRO.
As you read the slides, be sure to use your best Terminator voice for maximum effect.

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  1. Title
  2. STUPID CAHNTENT
  3. DOEST THIS SLIDE LOOK FAMILIAR? It’s completely full of text and the presenter is just standing there reading it with their back to you. They just keep droning on and on with infomation that they *think* may be important but aren’t exacly sure because they were either too stupid or too lazy to remove all…
  4. THE SAGA CONTINUES… …the unimportant stuff that really didn’t matter anyway. And by now I bet you can’t remember the title of the last slide or the fact that it contained three typos. So listen to me when I say…
  5. Unify
  6. Ideal
  7. Purpose
  8. DA SLIDE SORTADA SLIDE SORTA
  9. CRAP Design
  10. CAHLAH PEECKACAHLAH PEECKA www.kuler.com
  11. Repetition
  12. OVAH AND OVAHOVAH AND OVAH
  13. Alignment
  14. MY COMPUTAHMY COMPUTAH
  15. Proximity
  16. Images
  17. STOCK IMAGESSTOCK IMAGES
  18. YOUR OWNYOUR OWN
  19. EFFECTIVE IMAGES T-800 comes from the future to keep John Connor, the future leader of the rebellion, from being killed by the T-1000. They play cat-and-mouse until Arnold is able to destroy the T-1000. He then must destroy himself to complete his mission.
  20. BETTAHBETTAH COME WITH ME IF YOU WANT TO LIVECOME WITH ME IF YOU WANT TO LIVE
  21. Better image treatment Full slide image, text over
  22. Fonts
  23. Go big with your text
  24. FIND FAHNTSFIND FAHNTS
  25. Graphs & charts
  26. PRO Presenter
  27. Prepare
  28. Respect
  29. Own
  30. Know when to break the rules

Notas del editor

  • Bullets bullets
    Force for evil AND for good
  • THREE PARTS TO A GOOD PRESO:
    CONTENT
    SLIDE DESIGN
    PRESENTATION
    3-LEGGED STOOL
  • IT all starts with content
    Simplify
    Three
    Unify
    Point
    Ideal
    Define
  • If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.
    Know your audience: newbs or uber brains?
    Newbs: don’t lose them! broad strokes, key points, thought provokers
    Ubers: don’t waste their time! get to the meat, dig deep, new info
  • I would have written you a shorter letter but I didn’t have the time. – Mark Twain
  • Message loses impact
    Audience loses focus
    You lose credibility
  • Proven as best way people remember
    Happens in nature, we can ID patterns and relationships
    Works in design too: rule of thirds
  • Stick to the message
    Avoid tangents, anything that weakens your point
  • Graph slides v interest/ data v understanding
  • WHO IS THIS GUY?
    What’s your #1 goal? inform? Sell? Persuade? Educate?
    Why are you even here?
    WIIFM/so what?
    P really should go first but that wouldn’t make sense: PSTUID
  • Keep time, attention, agreement
    Slash garbage, expand, clarify
    Keep them wanting more?
  • Help organize your thoughts see how the preso will play out
    Where you need structure, ups & downs…
    Good for pace
  • Tell them what to do!
    Bottom line it for them
    Make your case/call to action
    So what?
    Does this train of thought have a caboose?
  • Contrast
    Repetition
    Alignment
    Proximity
  • Kuler
    Pantone
    Target audience prefs (sites, pubs)
  • Colors
    fonts
    Image style
  • Grids
    Bullets & hierarchy
    Rule of thirds
    Gestalt (CRAP?)
  • Close things are related
    Graphics or messages
  • Images are % better than text
    Good pix are hard to find
  • Rights & royalty-free
    Resources – istockphoto, stock.xchng, compfight.com
    Your photos
    Drawings (NCMPR guy)
    Photoshop, Illustrator, free image tools
  • Rights & royalty-free
    Resources – istockphoto, stock.xchng, compfight.com
    Your photos
    Drawings (NCMPR guy)
    Photoshop, Illustrator, free image tools
  • Serif, sans, artistic
    How to use, qty
  • Headline & text examples 1-2-3
    Basic
    Nicer for emphasis
    Stylized for impact
    Typography as a term
    v
  • Resources – fontsquirrel, myfonts, fontfont, dafont, font spring…
    Google “beautiful fonts”
    Icons- the noun project, iconmonstr, picol.org
    Careful: embed/transpo, resident
  • Show the significance of the data. What’s your point?
    Infographics
  • Horizontal Bar Charts. Used to compare quantities. For example, comparing sales figures among the four regions of the company.
  • Vertical Bar Charts. Used to show changes in quantity over time. Best if you limit the bars to 4-8.
  • Pie Charts. Used to show percentages. Limit the slices to 4-6 and contrast the most important slice either with color or by exploding the slice.
  • Prepare
    Respect
    Own
  • Practice (X% build preso XX% practice)
    Know your audience
    Get feedback during practices
  • Know your stuff & reason you’re presenting
    Be courteous, gracious and professional
    It’s their time – make it count
  • Be yourself
    Start strong
    Ditch podium/bring clicker
    Notes function/presenter mode
    Slides as visual cues
    Express passion
  • THREE PARTS TO A GOOD PRESO:
    CONTENT
    SLIDE DESIGN
    PRESENTATION
    3-LEGGED STOOL

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