The two elements of a great presenter:Seth Godin 1. Respect ( from the audience) 2. Love ( to the audience)
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HTML 5 accessible player with share button. This is the player we use on AIGA.org. Filmed on: October 25, 2008 About this video Malcolm Gladwell at AIGA Business and Design Conference October
How to Deliver Effective Presentations "O, it offends me to the soul, to hear a robustious periwig-pated fellow tear a passion to tatters..." William Shakespeare: Hamlet - Act 3, Scene 2 Giving presentations to audiences, large or small, can be a daunting and anxiety-ridden task. You’re going to be in front of a group of people, some you may know, some may be total strangers. You’re on stage, all eyes are on you, the audience has high expectations or they wouldn’t be there.
How to Attain Serenity Before Giving a Speech
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Have you ever wished your early design mockups could come to life, so you could try out the navigation, test an interaction, or see if a button label just feels right when you click on it? Sure, you could invest in a dedicated prototyping tool, but you can create surprisingly quick and effective prototypes with a software program that’s probably sitting on your hard drive right now. Interactive Prototypes with PowerPoint - Boxes and Arrows
Presentation Tips This collection of tips was transcribed from a seminar given in Seattle by Edward Tufte. He attributes these tips to another author (but I can't remember who it was). Show up early , and something good is bound to happen. Edward Tufte Presentation Tips
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List of open-source software packages - Wikipedia, the free ency This is a list of : computer software licensed under free software licenses and open source licenses . Software that fits the Free Software Definition may be more appropriately called free software ; the GNU project in particular objects to their works being referred to as open source . [ 1 ] For more information about the philosophical background for open source software, see free software movement and Open Source Initiative . However, nearly all software meeting the Free Software Definition also meets the Open Source Definition and vice versa.