How to Design TED-Worthy Presentation Slides is your secret to designing sexy presentations.
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:
If you're ready to create sexy, mesmerizing slides, then scroll up and buy the book to get started...
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Great no nonsense course :) straight to the point!
I recomend it to everyone who needs to do a presentation
just one more book lover
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.
The book is extremely repetitious. It clearly appears the author had little to say, so padded the book to make it appear to have more information than it does. It was not at all helpful. I do not like writing a negative review, but the book actually angered me in how it fell so far short of being as advertised. I did listen to it (audible version) rather than reading it. It may be the print version would be better, but I doubt it.
I usually listen to novels. I am interested in more books on public speaking and TED talks, but after my experience with this book, I will be wary of what I purchase in that area.
I should not judge Matt by way of the quality of what he had to read. In other circumstance, he might be good.
"Simple, easy to follow with resource links."
Good little book this. Uses recent presentations as case studies. Would definitely recommend to friends.
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