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28 Creative PowerPoint and Keynote Presentation Designs

28 Creative PowerPoint and Keynote Presentation Designs
There’s a certain art to putting together a solid presentation and PowerPoint and Keynote are the primary tools of the trade. The “art” comes into play when you’re trying to set yourself apart; so how you use the tools is of great importance. Often it is the design of the presentation itself that does the trick. In an effort to help you put together a great-looking presentation, here are 28 examples of creative presentation designs using Powerpoint and Keynote: 1. 1 Billion Hungry Project 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 40 More Slides + Memorable Quotes from Cannes Lions 2010 17. 18. 100 Beautiful Slides from Cannes Lions 2010 19. 20. 21. 22. 8 Minutes for Creative Refreshment 23. 24. 25. 2010 And Beyond 26. 27. 28. Presentation Resources There are plenty of great resources online for presentation design, here are a few: Know any other great resources? Popular search terms for this article: Mike Vardy an editor on Work Awesome. Sponsored Content Related:  Innovation Roller Coaster

Tips and Tricks On How To Become a Presentation Ninja Feb 09 2011 Making a great presentation is not easy. It’s something that requires hard work, thought and practice. Presentation is Not an Art Art is something created without a specific target audience in mind. The good news is that it doesn’t take much to dramatically change the way your audience will react to your presentations. The Plan Like with any design/development project, you can divide presentation design into phases: 1) Planning, 2) Producing and 3) Performing. Write all your ideas and thoughts down before you forget them. Essentially, when you start planning your presentation, you should treat it as you would a treat a written story. Know Your Audience Start by asking yourself these questions about your audience: “Who are they?” By knowing “who” and “what” you have a fair chance of making a presentation that is relevant for them because you will be able to get the level right and include examples (both visual and verbal) they can relate to. Outline Write Sketch Produce Visualize (ik)

Zahner, Zaha’s Schumacher, CASE, and More: Facades Conference 2012 A facade fabricated by A. Zahner specializes in the void. (Courtesy A. Zahner) Architects and fabricators discuss creating facades in the digital age Yesterday The Architect’s Newspaper and the Ornamental Metal Institute of New York presented their first-ever educational conference at McGraw-Hill Auditorium in New York. The day also included the official announcement of a new international alliance of academics, professional designers, hardware and software developers and digital fabricators. Who Architects, engineers, facade consultants, fabricators, and design professionalsLocation New York, New YorkStatus ConferencePresenters The Architect’s Newspaper, The Ornamental Metal Institute of New York Patrik Schumacher of Zaha Hadid Architects wrapped up the conference with a lush panorama of photos from the firm’s portfolio. Interior of the Rabat Grand Theater in Morocco. Schumacher at the podium. The HeliOptix wall designed for FIT 26th Street proposal. Detail of the HeliOptix panel. St. A.

Get Stoked on Web Typography SXSW 2010 pensamiento lateral Me siento muy emocionado en escribir respecto a esta técnica, ya que es una de mis favoritas: disfruto mucho aplicándola y comentando acerca de la misma; que la aproveches. Esta técnica es desarrollada por Edward De Bono y posee gran difusión en la actualidad. Se enfoca en producir ideas que estén fuera del patrón de pensamiento habitual de la o las personas que la ejecutan, por el contrario de otras técnicas como lluvia de ideas o brainstorming. La idea es la siguiente: cuando evaluamos un problema siempre tendemos a seguir un patrón natural o habitual de pensamiento (las sillas son para sentarse, el piso para caminar, un vaso para ser llenado con un líquido, etc.), lo cual nos limita. Con el pensamiento lateral rompemos este patrón, vemos a través del mismo logrando obtener ideas sumamente creativas e innovadoras. Tipos de provocaciones El Dr. Metodología Generalmente se siguen estos tres pasos: Ejemplo Otro ejemplo Etiquetas: Pensamiento lateral, tecnica de creatividad

25 Fantastic PowerPoint Presentations for Your Inspiration I think everyone of us had to make a boring PowerPoint at least once. What most of us hate the most is seeking inspiration to create those pages because creating a perfect presentation can be compared with designing a full website. You need a startup page, a menu, content and a final page which can be compared to a footer. In this article you can see a collection of 25 cool PowerPoint presentations from which you can get inspiration. Hands Per Device Modern Living Media Overview Presentation The Power of Social Influence How are we Presenting? Wireframe that First: The Role of UX in Agencies 5 Ways To Make Your Android App Sexy Systemic Lupus: An Overview Stopping The Bite Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions The Education Gap Telling Stories Through Design What Developers and Designers Don’t Get… Luxury Of Contemplation My Tweet Story Ads on Edge NoSQL For Fun & Profit Let Out Your Creative Beast Participatory Space Exploration Ad Vice: Ten Tips for Fledgling Digital Marketers Soap

The 10 Most Important Secrets of Powerful Presenters I am one of those people who loves giving speeches and presentations. From what I have heard, I’m in a minority. Many people dislike giving speeches, but I’ve always had a hard time understanding that. My delight in giving talks is probably tied up with my love of theatre, my desire to be the center of attention (although I am actually an introvert), and my need for approval (and hence applause). But in all honesty, I’m never quite satisfied with the talks I give. Over my 30 year career of crafting and delivering speeches, classes, and presentations, I’ve attended seminars, read a lot of books, had private coaching, studied some of the “masters”, and experimented with the art and craft of speech making and speech delivering. 1. 2. 3. a. What is really neat is that you can take a,b,c above and create a 10-30 second version of them. For d. Voila! 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. There are many more great ideas, but I wanted to keep this to the top 10. Did you find this post interesting?

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