• 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 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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