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Powerpoint, keynote, Prezi and others. When to use what software? Is there a difference? Click your way thru a fast and comprehensive presentation about the proper use of the right software.

Powerpoint, keynote, Prezi and others. When to use what software? Is there a difference? Click your way thru a fast and comprehensive presentation about the proper use of the right software.

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  1. 1. The Right Presentation Software Never (ab)use the (wrong) software for prsentations anymore.
  2. 2. Table of content •  About presenting •  5 Golden Rules for a great presentation •  The secret difference between ppt/key and prezi •  A neat alternative All statements in this presentations are gender-neutral. Whenever I talk about a „he“, it could also be a „she“. vice versa.
  3. 3. A PRESENTATION IS LIKE...
  4. 4. A WALK IN THE PARK.
  5. 5. • IT IS BETWEEN PEOPLE • YOU WANT ATTENTION (and not sofware)   (and not distraction)  
  6. 6. SELF TEST 1
  7. 7. Someone you know to be supersmart, knowing all the answers (all of the time), having been on places and turns everything he touches, into gold...
  8. 8. BUT YOU JUST HATE HIM
  9. 9. He calls you and invites you to meet for a walk in the park.
  10. 10. WOULD YOU SAY YES?
  11. 11. PROBABLY NOT.
  12. 12. „What a great idea, would love to. But my desk is overwhelmed with things to do. Sounds tempting, and thanks for considering me. Maybe next time.“
  13. 13. SELF TEST 2
  14. 14. There is this one friend. He is not really hyperactive, would not call him a slacker, tho. You could not say that about him that he is very innovative, maybe not even inspiring. Seems not to be much into books, all that kind of things, either.
  15. 15. BUT HE IS FUN BEYOND BELIEVE
  16. 16. YOU ENJOY EVERY SHARED MINUTE.
  17. 17. He calls you and invites you to meet for a walk in the park.
  18. 18. WOULD YOU SAY YES?
  19. 19. SURE YOU WOULD.
  20. 20. „What a great idea, lets meet. How about in 10 minutes?“
  21. 21. WHAT HAPPENED?
  22. 22. As much as we know that inspiration is important. And sharing time with people who have something to tell and learn from, as well. But we are human and in case of doubt we prefer the company with people we enjoy spending time with.
  23. 23. What makes you the 2nd guy with the inspiration potential of the 1st guy?
  24. 24. DUNNO!
  25. 25. BUT:
  26. 26. A GREAT PRESENTATION HELPS!
  27. 27. HERE SOME ADVICE:
  28. 28. THE 5 GOLDEN RULES OF A GREAT PRESENTATION
  29. 29. The 5 Golden Rules of a great presentation. •  The screen should support you, not vice versa.
  30. 30. The 5 Golden Rules of a great ppt/key •  The screen should support you, not vice versa. •  Look at your own chart for 2 sec. Close your eyes. List what you can remember seeing. Delete the rest.
  31. 31. The 5 Golden Rules of a great ppt/key •  The screen should support you, not vice versa. •  Look at your own chart for 2 sec. Close your eyes. List what you can remember seeing. Delete the rest. •  No animated transitions. Please. They are distracting and terribly ugly.
  32. 32. The 5 Golden Rules of a great ppt/key •  The screen should support you, not vice versa. •  Look at your own chart for 2 sec. Close your eyes. List what you can remember seeing. Delete the rest. •  No animated transitions. Please. They are distracting and terribly ugly. •  Design every page. Design. Every. Page.
  33. 33. The 5 Golden Rules of a great ppt/key •  The screen should support you, not vice versa. •  Look at your own chart for 2 sec. Close your eyes. List what you can remember seeing. Delete the rest. •  No animated transitions. Please. They are distracting and terribly ugly. •  Design every page. Design. Every. Page. •  Use pics? Be aware of loyalty rights!
  34. 34. THE SECRET DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PPT/KEY & PREZI
  35. 35. Power Point/Key Note A talk like a journey. You make one point after the other and arrive at a conclusion. Maybe in one go, maybe in chapters. A „red string“ is very important. One chart should be a logic follow-up to the previous. Power Point/Key Note is the perfect software for 99% of all presentations.
  36. 36. Prezi You have a big picture. And you want to show the big picture. And then you want to highlight aspects of the bic picture. You can zoom into details and elaborate on them. The whole concept fits one canvas. Prezi is NOT a cool transition and animation software. Dont zoom, twist and twirrl. Its distraction, annoying, terrible.
  37. 37. BONUS: ANOTHER NEAT PIECE OF SOFTWARE
  38. 38. Haiku Deck A picture. A headline. Maybe a subline. Or a nice chart. Thats it. Haiku forces you into lean presentations. But in a very supportive way: with keyword search, the sw offers you some background visuals to use for your presentation. You can make a good looking presentation in only a few minutes. Works on web and tablets. www.haikudeck.com PS: this is not paid advertising. just like the app.
  39. 39. GOOD LUCK WITH A GREAT PRESENTATION. Interested in more? Visit us online: www.myschooloftalk.com courses, workshops, trainings accessible on regular basis sot@iacy.com

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