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- Publisher: AkashKaria.com; 5 edition (18 July 2014)
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- Language: English
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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) Kindle Edition
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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
Lay out, structure 4.5/5
Value for money 5/5
Top international reviews
You will find plenty of great ideas, not least that opening PowerPoint or other presentation software is the last thing you should do. It was also a great reminder that quality slide design is a skill in itself.
regarding work safety. The result was amazing. My presentations were much better
(considering the evaluation forms) and people got more involved and were more satisfied.
No more bullet points! More heart and more passion in delivering the message of each presentation.