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The Difference Between Speaker’s Notes and Scripts

The Difference Between Speaker’s Notes and Scripts

If you have spent even a minute in PowerPoint or Keynote, you’ve probably become acquainted with the speaker’s notes section of a standard template. This is the white space below the slide, where some presentation content can live. Although many presenters know what speaker’s notes are, the ways with which the area can be used … Continue reading “The Difference Between Speaker’s Notes and Scripts”

Lessons from Shubhendu Sharma’s TED Talk “How to Grow a Forest in Your Backyard”

Lessons from Shubhendu Sharma’s TED Talk “How to Grow a Forest in Your Backyard”

Of the latest TED talks trending from this year, one of our favorites is an instructional talk that evokes both the beauty of nature and inspires the audience to get dirty. Shubhendu Sharma’s “How to Grow a Forest in Your Backyard” is a fantastic presentation to watch, but not merely for its content alone. It … Continue reading “Lessons from Shubhendu Sharma’s TED Talk “How to Grow a Forest in Your Backyard””

How Not to Approach Presentation Writing

How Not to Approach Presentation Writing

Recently, I was inspired by a Transom article and audio piece describing lackluster radio writing strategies and characteristics. As I listened to Rob Rosenthal tear apart one of the first radio stories he created, I reflected on my own experiences in the presentation space. Is there a kind of language or word usage that does … Continue reading “How Not to Approach Presentation Writing”

Here’s Why Presenters Should Pass on the iPhone 7

Here’s Why Presenters Should Pass on the iPhone 7

At the beginning of September, Apple is expected to reveal the final iPhone 7 product. And the rumor mill has been generating lots of activity and murmurs around the potential changes to the smartphone. Even if you are a presenter by day and Apple disciple by night, you should still consider ignoring the iPhone 7. … Continue reading “Here’s Why Presenters Should Pass on the iPhone 7”

Our Best Tips for Healthcare Industry Presentations

Our Best Tips for Healthcare Industry Presentations

Of our many clients with many different presentation needs, medical industry clients present to us a tricky design challenge. These presentations are often technical in nature and require a lot of content to live on only a few slides. Even though they might be pitching to an investor crowd or a non-industry savvy audience, they … Continue reading “Our Best Tips for Healthcare Industry Presentations”

#001: The Science of Color [Podcast]

#001: The Science of Color [Podcast]

Color is far more important than many presenters think. For those presentations without the chains of brand guidelines – and even for those that are bound by them – the color palette you choose has the power to convey vastly different messages and impact audiences in varying ways. On the first episode of the Presentation … Continue reading “#001: The Science of Color [Podcast]”


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