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Quit Doing Such Shitty PowerPoints | Seattle Interactive 2017

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Quit Doing Such Shitty PowerPoints | Seattle Interactive 2017

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Presenter: Larry Asher, Worker Bees, SVC, Principal

We live in an information economy, right? Then why do so many people churn out boring, dense, indecipherable, and worthless information via the endless stream of horrid PowerPoints we’re forced to sit through most days? There’s another way, and you can learn it in 40 minutes at this session. We’ll show you what good storytelling, cleanly designed slides, and compelling presentation support is supposed to look like. You’ll also learn about what The Wave — that thing people do at football and baseball stadiums — has to do with dreadful presentations. Now, of course, you aren’t an offender and your PowerPoint and Keynote decks are just fine. So bring some bullet-point addict you know who really needs this. You’ll be doing us all a favor.

Presenter: Larry Asher, Worker Bees, SVC, Principal

We live in an information economy, right? Then why do so many people churn out boring, dense, indecipherable, and worthless information via the endless stream of horrid PowerPoints we’re forced to sit through most days? There’s another way, and you can learn it in 40 minutes at this session. We’ll show you what good storytelling, cleanly designed slides, and compelling presentation support is supposed to look like. You’ll also learn about what The Wave — that thing people do at football and baseball stadiums — has to do with dreadful presentations. Now, of course, you aren’t an offender and your PowerPoint and Keynote decks are just fine. So bring some bullet-point addict you know who really needs this. You’ll be doing us all a favor.

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Quit Doing Such Shitty PowerPoints | Seattle Interactive 2017

  1. 1. ABOUT YOUR POWERPOINT:
  2. 2. ONCE UPON A TIME
  3. 3. WHAT JUST HAPPENED?
  4. 4. HERE’S MY STORY
  5. 5. WHAT'S YOUR STORY?
  6. 6. WHO YOU ARE. " HOW YOU PRESENT. WHAT’S NOT WORKING.
  7. 7. STORY + " PRESENTER + PRESENTATION = " NOT SHITTY
  8. 8. STORYTELLING
  9. 9. WHY DO WE " TELL STORIES?
  10. 10. Save a life Share some wisdom Establish moral codes Connect us to others Pass down history CAVEPEOPLE
  11. 11. BIZPEOPLE Save a life Share some wisdom Establish moral codes Connect us to others Pass down history
  12. 12. Sell an idea Set a vision Educate Build camaraderie Create understanding BIZPEOPLE
  13. 13. STORIES ARE STICKIER
  14. 14. ‣  Invented in 1748 ‣  Conceived by John Montagu ‣  Flatbreads to hold meat used earlier in Middle East ‣  Rise of working class favored sandwich’s portability ‣  Also known as butty, sarnie, sammie, sanger ISTORY OF THE SANDWIC
  15. 15. WE LOVE STORIES
  16. 16. A story is the only way to activate parts in the brain so that a listener turns the story into their own idea and experience.
  17. 17. WHAT MAKES STORIES STICK?
  18. 18. EXPOSITION CLIMAX RESOLUTION
  19. 19. EXPOSITION CLIMAX RESOLUTION
  20. 20. EXPOSITION CLIMAX RESOLUTION
  21. 21. IT YOU
  22. 22. IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT THE STORY
  23. 23. STORY + " PRESENTER + PRESENTATION = " NOT SHITTY √
  24. 24. 1. TELL A STORY
  25. 25. 2. BE THE STAR
  26. 26. 3. MAKE IT EMOTIONAL
  27. 27. If logic alone worked, no one would ever smoke.
  28. 28. 4. BE BRIEF
  29. 29. 5. STAND BY THE SCREEN
  30. 30. Stand here. Don’t sit here.
  31. 31. 6. PRACTICE
  32. 32. 7. INVOLVE THEM
  33. 33. 8. KNOW YOUR STUFF
  34. 34. “People who know what they’re talking about don’t need powerpoint.” ~Steve Jobs
  35. 35. 9. EXUDE CONFIDENCE
  36. 36. STORY + " PRESENTER + PRESENTATION = " NOT SHITTY √ √
  37. 37. IT
  38. 38. “Think of your slides as billboards. Can the audience comprehend them in 3 seconds?” Think of your slides as billboards.
  39. 39. “Think of your slides as billboards. Can the audience comprehend them in 3 seconds?” You should be able to comprehend in 3 seconds.
  40. 40. “Think of your slides as billboards. Can the audience comprehend them in 3 seconds?” Stick with one or two typefaces.
  41. 41. “Think of your slides as billboards. Can the audience comprehend them in 3 seconds?” Colors and image style should be consistent.
  42. 42. “Think of your slides as billboards. Can the audience comprehend them in 3 seconds?” Convey one idea " per slide.
  43. 43. 10. USE VISUALS, NOT WORDS
  44. 44. > Cat stuck in tree > Fire department called > Fireman scratched > Kids happy again
  45. 45. 11. NO TELEPROMPTER SLIDES
  46. 46. IS THIS ANNOYING? •  Hello! You can start reading this slide now. •  Wait, how about if I read it aloud to you? •  Why are we doing this? Well, I didn’t really know what I wanted to say, so I’m going to read this. •  Only I’m not going to read it verbatim, which makes it even harder to pay attention. •  Bet I’m not the first guy to pull this one on you.
  47. 47. 12. 10 WORDS PER SLIDE MAX.
  48. 48. WHAT WAS IT ABOUT?
  49. 49. 13. USE HIGHLIGHTED BULLETS
  50. 50. ‣  Highlighted bullets keep the reader focussed ‣  They allow you to stick to the 10-words rule ‣  They add production value ‣  But bullets are still a bad idea
  51. 51. 14. KEEP GRAPHICS SIMPLE
  52. 52. Stereotypical 20-something female’s idea of love
  53. 53. Stereotypical 20-something male’s idea of love
  54. 54. 15. MAKE A SEPARATE HANDOUT
  55. 55. PRESENTATIONS VS. CONVERSATIONS
  56. 56. www.duarte.com/slidedocs
  57. 57. www.tinyurl.com/svc-slidedocs
  58. 58. STORY + " PRESENTER + PRESENTATION = " NOT SHITTY √ √ √
  59. 59. WHY IS THIS SO HARD?
  60. 60. MAKEOVER TIME
  61. 61. Nicely on- brand, but there’s no story. Necessary, but a bit of a visual and narrative buzz kill. Creepy visual isn’t relevant to topic of confidentiality . Too many words. Way too much to absorb here.
  62. 62. It’s amazing what we’ll accomplish together. Presenters have no financial relationship with a commercial interest.
  63. 63. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. What’s the mountain we need to climb?
  64. 64. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. We need to reduce the incidence of postpartum hemorrhage at [Hospital].
  65. 65. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. How do we define postpartum hemorrhage? ‣ EBL/cumulative blood loss of >500 ml for vaginal delivery ‣ EBL/cumulative blood loss of >1,000 ml for caesarian delivery ‣ Blood loss symptoms
  66. 66. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. What are the causes of PPH? The 4 Ts Tone Tissue Thrombin Trauma
  67. 67. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. Who will be your guides on this journey? Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name
  68. 68. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. What will success look like?
  69. 69. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. What will success look like? Out of X,XXX deliveries, only XX will experience PPH, or X%.
  70. 70. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. How we’ll avoid disasters.
  71. 71. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. How we’ll avoid disasters. 1.  3-way repeat back 2.  Clear leader 3.  Recap 4.  Speak up for safety 5.  Chain of command if needed
  72. 72. It’s amazing what will accomplish together. What are the main warning signs of PPH to be looking for? To the top, shall we?
  73. 73. A FEW PRO TIPS
  74. 74. USE PRESENTER VIEW
  75. 75. ALWAYS CHECK THE ROOM OUT
  76. 76. BRING EXTRA EVERYTHING
  77. 77. KNOW WHO’S GOING TO TALK
  78. 78. YOUR BEST PRESENTER PRESENTS
  79. 79. YOUR BEST PRESENTER PRESENTS
  80. 80. K END WITH AN ASK
  81. 81. HERE’S MINE:
  82. 82. 1. STICK TO 10 WORDS PER SLIDE
  83. 83. 2. USE VISUALS MORE THAN WORDS
  84. 84. 3. TELL US A STORY
  85. 85. WE DIVE DEEPER
  86. 86. BETTER POWERPOINT, BETTER PRESENTATIONS WED. NOV. 18, 10A-1P
  87. 87. POWERPOINT TRICKS & TIPS MON. NOV. 13, 10A-1P
  88. 88. SIC ATTENDEES SAVE 15% USE CODE SIC2017 SVCSEATTLE.COM
  89. 89. CUSTOM TEAM TRAINING SVC’S PLACE OR YOURS
  90. 90. Msft—storytelling HAPPY PRESENTING Larry Asher School of Visual Concepts" larrya@svcseattle.com www.tinyurl.com/svc-sic-ppt
  91. 91. larrya@svcseattle.com www.tinyurl.com/svc-sic-ppt
  92. 92. larrya@svcseattle.com www.tinyurl.com/svc-sic-ppt
  93. 93. Larry Asher" School of Visual Concepts" larrya@svcseattle.com www.tinyurl.com/svc-sic-ppt

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