How to Design TED Worthy Presentation Slides: Presentation Design Principles from the Best TED Talks
- How to Give a TED Talk Book 2
- Narrated by: Matt Stone
- Length: 2 hrs and 2 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-07-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Archangel Ink
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How to Design (and Deliver) TED-Worthy Presentation Slides is a short, practical and step-by-step guide to creating sexy slides.
It is based on an extensive analysis of some of the best TED speakers, such as Brene Brown, Daniel Pink, Amy Cuddy, Larry Lessig, Seth Godin, Bill Gates and many, many more.
Included in the book are sample sexy slides from TED talks, as well as from across the web, to help you master the art of presentation design.
Learn how to breathe life into your slides, instead of draining it out of your audience.
By the end of this guide, you too will be able to create sexy presentation slides that keep your audiences mesmerized. More importantly, you will be able to design presentations that breathe life into your slides, instead of draining it out of your audience.
Not convinced yet? Here's just a taste of what you'll learn inside the book:
The most common mistake most presenters make - and how you can avoid it
The one principle that will make you better than 90% of most speakers
How to quickly create a presentation storyboard
Bill Gates' trick for transforming his slides from dull to dashing
The Seth Godin presentation formula
The importance of contrast
Locating and using sexy fonts
Spicing up your presentations with video
Displaying data without being dull
Ensuring consistency between slides
How to deliver a great TED talk (or any other speech or presentation)
And much, much more
If you're ready to create sexy, mesmerizing slides, then scroll up and buy the book to get started...
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By tru britty on 09-02-15
Good for teachers and speakers
Another good Audible how-to and it covers an often overlooked topic of presenting: the slides.
If you do not use slides, great. But if you do, this will give you a headstart on giving a content-rich and clutter-free talk. FYI: this is not a text on design software.
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