I was reading up on design on different blogs the other day, and came across an interesting article on food presentation: The Art of Styling a Dish. The interesting thing was that most of the concepts the author shared about food presentation, could as easily be applied to presentations.
Lately I’ve been lucky enough to go to several universities and talk to students on how to make better presentations. The great thing about talking to university students is that most of them have not yet been spoiled by really bad presentations in the business environment. However, they have no examples on how to make good presentations, so they pull from what they see.
The interesting thing about presentations is that they are totally subjective, although there are some practices that we all dislike when we see a presentation (too much text, background and fonts with little contrast, too many bullet points…), there is no step by step guide on how to make a good presentation.
This is the second and last part to the post explaining how and why I made the Tips on how to pitch presentation which won the Slideshare contest in the business category. If you missed the first part, where I talk about the why and the concept behind it, read it here. Now I’ll be […]
Over the next two posts I’m going to talk about the process of creation behind the presentation Tips on how to pitch, which won Slideshare’s Best Presentation of the World contest in the Business category. Feel free to comment or ask any question! History: The idea for creating the presentation was just to give a […]