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The End: Building Your Presentation Content to a Conclusion

The End: Building Your Presentation Content to a Conclusion

No matter how long your presentation is, no matter how complex the content or purpose, you can craft a compelling conclusion in 3-5 slides. The content tactic we’re about to explain was developed after hundreds of presentations written for clients, built around one single philosophy: get to the point and make sure your audience knows … Continue reading “The End: Building Your Presentation Content to a Conclusion”

A Presenter’s Review of macOS Sierra

#005: The Science of White Space

The temptation to overload your slides with text, imagery, illustrations, icons, and graphs is overwhelming at times. We want to show our audiences EVERYTHING we know! But, unfortunately, that line of thinking is a detriment to not only your presentation message, but also your presentation design. On this episode of the Presentation Scientists, we outline the … Continue reading “#005: The Science of White Space”

A Presenter’s Review of macOS Sierra

A Presenter’s Review of MacOS Sierra

Recently, Apple released MacOS Sierra for Macs. The most outstanding feature of this upgrade, of course, is inclusion of Siri. Some reviewers of the platform don’t see any of the changes as being particularly groundbreaking. A Tech Radar article had this to say about the software update: “Instead of using the new name as an … Continue reading “A Presenter’s Review of MacOS Sierra”

Last Speeches and Lessons Learned

Last Speeches and Lessons Learned

There’s some romanticism around lasts. Think about it. You cherish lasts. Your last kiss with a forlorn lover. Your last day as a college student. Your last milkshake with grandpa before he passed away. Your last words to your daughter before she became someone else’s world. Lasts are powerful. They can haunt your days and … Continue reading “Last Speeches and Lessons Learned”

Storytelling Lessons from “The Agony of Trying to Unsubscribe” by James Veitch

Storytelling Lessons from “The Agony of Trying to Unsubscribe” by James Veitch

As presentation designers and trainers, we often cite famous TED talks as a way to explain some of our core principles. This in mind, we frequently discuss the impact of using multiple stories throughout a presentation to better explain key points and make the talk more memorable. The more stories used for each main point, … Continue reading “Storytelling Lessons from “The Agony of Trying to Unsubscribe” by James Veitch”

The Rule of Reciprocity: How to Give in Your Presentations

The Rule of Reciprocity: How to Give in Your Presentations

During high school, I spent my summers lifeguarding at the city pool. Per our standards of procedure, each lifeguard had 8 “switch days.” This meant that we could ask another employee to fill in for us 8 times throughout the season. However, just because we asked, didn’t mean said employee had to oblige. But whenever … Continue reading “The Rule of Reciprocity: How to Give in Your Presentations”


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