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How to Design TED Worthy Presentation Slides: Presentation Design Principles from the Best TED Talks (How to Give a TED Talk Book 2) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Akash Karia

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“How to Design TED-Worthy Presentation Slides” is your secret to designing sexy presentations

How to Design (and Deliver) TED-Worthy Presentation Slides is a short, practical and step-by-step guide to creating sexy slides.

It is based on an extensive analysis of some of the best TED speakers, such as Brene Brown, Daniel Pink, Amy Cuddy, Larry Lessig, Seth Godin, Bill Gates and many, many more.

Included in the book are sample sexy slides from TED talks, as well as from across the web, to help you master the art of presentation design.

Learn how to breathe life into your slides, instead of draining it out of your audience

By the end of this guide, you too will be able to create sexy presentation slides that keep your audiences mesmerized. More importantly, you will be able to design presentations that breathe life into your slides, instead of draining it out of your audience.

Not convinced yet? Here’s just a taste of what you’ll learn inside the book:

The most common mistake most presenters make – and how you can avoid it

•The one principle that will make you better than 90% of most speakers

How to quickly create a presentation storyboard

•Bill Gates’ trick for transforming his slides from dull to dashing

The Seth Godin presentation formula

•The importance of contrast

Locating and using sexy fonts

•Spicing up your presentations with video

Displaying data without being dull

•Ensuring consistency between slides

How to deliver a great TED talk (or any other speech or presentation)

•And much, much more…

If you're ready to create sexy, mesmerizing slides, then scroll up and buy the book to get started...

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  • Editeur : AkashKaria.com; Édition : 4 (18 juillet 2014)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 + Forget about Yourself! 13 juillet 2014
Par Bassocantor - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What the author says is true--stop talking about yourself; the audience doesn't really care about you--they care about their own problems. That admonition might be the single most important presentation tip in this excellent little book.

It's also true, as the author states, "90% of Presentations are unbearable." For techies, I think the figure might be more like 95%. I've gotten to the point that I will leave a presentation after 1 minute if the presenter is clueless. I must admit we "techies" are the worst. I once saw a presentation at a conference by the group's president. Partway through the presentation, the power point slide said, "ENTER TITLE HERE." In other words, he had never once reviewed the presentation! (For a techie to be in the 90th percentile of great presenters, he just needs to have titles on all his slides.)

The author really knows he is talking about. I have made a special study of presentation techniques, and I have come to many of the same conclusions as the author. The good news is, the problems really aren't that hard to fix. The bad news is, the presenters don't know that anything NEEDS to be fixed. Many presenters seem to have a real "blind spot" when it comes to talking in front of groups. I've noticed that many smart people try to cram a ton of text on powerpoint slides--as though that would impress the audience.

Here are some other key points of presentation wisdom:

♦ Get just one strong idea for your talk. I've found that to be true for many types of presentations, even sermons! My wife and I play this little game. After we've heard a talk, we ask ourselves, "What was the main theme of the talk?" If we can't answer it in a few words, then the presenter probably hasn't done his job (or we were asleep on the switch.) Similarly, I've noticed that the shorter the outline for a talk, the more focused the talk. I cringe if I go to hear someone talk (or preach), and there's a huge outline. It means that the talk will NOT be focused--it will be a mile-wide, and an inch deep--and probably dreadful.

♦ Don't put tons of information on a slide. Us techies like to take a "white paper," then copy everything onto a slide, then pretend that is a good presentation. Of course, they're dreadful. The audience can either listen to you, or read your complicated slides--but not both. So, "Use as little text as possible."

♦ Focus on your audience, not yourself. Too many presenters talk a lot about how great THEY are, or what THEY have done. Who cares? That's not what I came to hear.

♦ The author quotes from one of my favorite authors, Carmine Gallo, who has written a spectacular book on presentation, based on Steve Jobs: The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience After reading this book, go read that one, too.

♦ Design for the person sitting near the back. One expert presenter I have studied admonishes all presenters to go through their presentation at least 3 times, considering what the audience will see. Simply doing that will make your presentation better than most. It is amazing but true, that senior managers are often completely inept at presentations. One time, I sat in where a director of a major corporation was doing a presentation. His slides were obviously just a white paper copied into Powerpoint. He asked, Can you read these okay?" Of course, he expected the typical, "Yes, they're fine." However, I annoyingly replied, "No, we can't ready them at all." He was taken aback (as was MY director), then he laughed and admitted, "You're right, they're not readable."

♦ Arrive early and test the equipment. How many times have you attended a talk, and the equipment has not even been set up? So, everyone sits around, wasting their time. I frequently see 15 minutes of a meeting wasted while the presenter is getting his equipment ready for the first time.

♦ The "wrap-up" has a nice, concise list of all the tips. That is a nice touch.

✔ This is an outstanding book--well edited, well-designed, clear and concise. I have studied a lot of presenters, and the author knows what he is talking about and conveys the points in a clear fashion. Lots of excellent tips. Recommend!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Do you present anything? If you do, you need this 16 juin 2014
Par Cropduster - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Man did I have this wrong before. I always started with the PowerPoint slides ... wrong!

That's the last thing we need to do. If your audience can't understand the entire concept from the slide in 3 seconds, it doesn't belong.

If you put words on slides, why do they need you? They can read it, and they don't need you. So tell stories.

Great book with lots of guidance so you'll always sound and look like a TED Talk expert. Wish I'd had it 20 years ago.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Slides that speak 20 mai 2014
Par spsanders - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I hate PowerPoint so I was looking for a book on how to present ideas in unique ways. The TED conference use of slides is unique and the book does a great job of explaining what works.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ATTA REVIEWS TED WORTHY SLIDES BOOK 25 octobre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
This is a great book for those who want to use slides in presentations. It teaches you how to put the message in simple slides by focusing on your audience and not yourself. It is a must read.
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Heard of exceeding expectations. This is EXCEEEEEEEEEEEDINGGGGGG Expectations 24 janvier 2015
Par Candoar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Five Star ranking means a LOVABLE book.

I'm a presenter, speaker and performer for now 15+ years.

In this book, We,

+ Find presentation nuances

+ Identify at least three videos for neat delivery

+ Get to understand where we are and how to build our presentations

+ Know how we might be *fudging our presentations

+ Get introduced to several very smart experts

+ Amazing details + Committed material

ALERT : If you are a speaker, you may ignore this book at your own peril.
@ Author : Book is under-priced

Readability 4.5/5
Understandability 4/5
Lay out, structure 4.5/5
Value for money 5/5
Usefulness 5/5

Highly recommend
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