Making Slides that Rock and Resonate

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1. BY BRIAN SULLIVAN Making Slides that Rock!!! How to Tell Great Stories 2. Some Slides are Monstrous 3. BORING No More Presentations 4. Slides Should Resonate 5. STAND OUT or SHUT UP 6. Get Your Popcorn Ready 7. 1 2 3 8. My STORY 1 9. Brian Sullivan. @BrianKSullivan @bigdesign Hi, my name is #rockslides 10. 20 Years as a User Researcher 11. Writer of The Design Studio Method 12. Speaker at Industry Events 13. • Top SxSW Slides 2013 • Top SxSW Slides 2014 • SlideShare of the Day • SlideShare of the Week • SlideShare of the Month • Hot on Facebook • Hot on Twitter • Hot on LinkedIn • Top Slides in Design • Top 1% of Slides 14. Keynote Author on SlideShare 15. • Top SxSW Slides 2015 • SlideShare Best in Show • Workshop with 90 People • Huffington Post Covered 16. Featured Yesterday 17. Founder of The Big Design Conference 18. 2 Your STORY 19. Preparation Determines Success 20. Phase or Stage Multiplier (by time) 50 Minute Talk (ex) Researching Multiply by 10 500 minutes Building Slides Multiply by 10 500 minutes Practicing Multiply by 5 250 minutes Updating Slides Multiply by 2 100 minutes Promoting Multiply by 2 100 minutes Back Channel Multiply by 2 100 minutes Planning Formula 21. About 1 Day to Plan Your 1 Hour Talk 22. 10 Days to Plan Produce Like Picasso * Between 250-300 Hours * Duration: 8 Months 23. Preparing Your Story 24. Nancy Duarte’s Advice 25. Ex: Produce Like Picasso 26. Start the Journey (The Beginning) 27. 1. Tell a story. 2. Make a point. 3. Your expertise. 4. Your research. 5. Create a gap. 6. Show imbalance. 7. Create a vision. 8. Call to journey. 28. Take the Journey (The Middle) 29. Manage the Gap (Middle) 30. Increase Common Ground 31. End the Journey (Call to Action) 32. 1. Explain the takeaways. 2. End talks on a high note. 3. Close any final gaps. 4. Audience has new mindset. 5. End with a call to action!!! 33. Full Circle (First & Last Slides) 34. Build a STORY 3 35. Tip #1: Use a Visually Appealing First Slide 36. Tip #2: Build Your Credibility in the Slides 37. Show Your Sources 38. Quote Experts 39. Show Relationships 40. Show Timeframes 41. Show Numbers 42. Tip #3: Use the Audience Lag 43. Followed During Presentations 44. Followed After Presentations 45. Followed on SlideShare 46. FOLLOW Audiences You (It’s the lag time.) 47. Tip #4: Create “Share” Moments 48. Sharing After Your Talk 49. Build for Photos 50. Build for Tweets 51. Go With the Flow, Too 52. Perfectionism Kills Productivity Retweeted over 5,000 times. 53. Tip #5: Use Numbers for Perspective 54. Show a Big Number 55. Give It Perspective 56. Do the Math 57. Give a Number Context 58. Tip #6: No Death By Bullet Points 59. Five Bullets on One Page 60. Same Bullets on Four Pages 61. Tip #7: Stick to the Script 62. Stick the Script 63. Use Presentation Mode 64. Adlibs Confuse the Audience 65. Adlibs Throw You Off, Too 66. No Adlibs on SlideShare 67. Tip #8: Use Adlibs for Q&A Time 68. Q&A Can Be Boring 69. Use Stories, Not in Your Slides 70. Adlibs Show Your Personality 71. Tip #9: Change Topics Every 8 to 10 Minutes 72. Attention Wains After 10 Minutes 73. Nancy Duarte’s Plan 74. 9 Sections in 45 Minute Talk 75. Tip #10: Call to Action at the End 76. Design Like Da Vinci • Recap of the entire talk • You can design like Da Vinci 77. BRIAN SULLIVAN www.practicaluxmethods.com @brianksullivan 78. Some Slides are Monstrous 79. Personal Plan a Deliver a Story Story Story 1 2 3 80. BY BRIAN SULLIVAN Making SlideShare Presentations That Rock and Resonate
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1. BY BRIAN SULLIVAN Making Slides that Rock!!! How to Tell Great Stories 2. Some Slides are Monstrous 3. BORING No More Presentations 4. Slides Should Resonate 5. STAND…