Nothing communicates better than well-designed presentations. It is the cornerstone of years putting on keynotes, tutorials, and workshops on programming, graphics design, and agile leadership.

Most recently with the creation of eLearning courseware, I've developed presentations to augment the course material.

Presentation Design

Presentation Theory

 

 

Well-designed presentations can then be transformed into recordings for use in preparing eLearning courseware or YouTube videos. Here is an example excerpt of a programming tutorial created in PowerPoint:

DOWNLOAD SAMPLE
PRESENTATION

PPTX, 32 MB, fonts are embedded

What It Takes to Create Great Presentations

 

There are a few fundamentals that I have found to be requirements to create, collaborate, and implement effective presentations:

  • Adherence to branding standards
  • Use of graphics and visual talking points (rather than just bullets)
  • Logical flow between slides
  • Employ the use of crisp business graphics (flow and data visualization) to add variety and improve understanding
  • Recap of information so that the intended audience walks away with a few actionable talking points

 

Sometimes the creative use of an animated “talking head” and an introductory movie clip can add just the pizazz a slide show needs. Download this enhanced version of the same PowerPoint tutorial:

DOWNLOAD ENHANCED
SAMPLE PRESENTATION

PPTX, 72 MB, fonts and movie clips are embedded

On any project, time spent on planning (project specification) and design (storyboarding and outline) will reduce the risk scope creep,  endless frustration, and “redos.”

Visually Inspiring Presentations

 

 

 

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AND PRESENTATION

ZIP package (PDF workbook and PPTX, 24 MB, fonts are embedded

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PRESENTATION DESIGN

 

 

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