I saw that Superstar presentation builder Nancy Duarte sent this across my twitter river today. I thought how wild it is everything is getting smaller and smarter. I often walk into companies and plug into their ginormous projector with my … Continue reading
MacWorld 2008 Visited MacWorld in San Francisco this week. Really enjoyed myself walking around seeing the new innovative companies connecting with several designers and video rockstars. One thing about the Apple computer it is the computer for the creative set. … Continue reading
If you havent listened to our interview with Duarte Designs Nancy Duarte. youa re missing out on some interesting content. I came across this clever little video today from Duarte on the Slide:ology Blog. (Which is a blog that goes … Continue reading
Want an easy foundation to follow for your executives presentations? This is something I learned a while back from Guy Kawasaki. Try the 10/20/30 rule. Simply put it means a maximum of 10 slides, no more than 20 minutes and … Continue reading
I was just re-listened to the interview I did with Nancy Duarte I posted last week. She was featured in an article in the San Jose Mercury News. Check it out to learn more about her.
The Meeting Planners podcast source for what’s new and exciting in meetings and events industry! Mike McAllen interviews Nancy Duarte of Duarte Design and the new presentation book Slide:ology. Buy it!!! Presentation Zen writer Garr Reynolds said about Slide:ology “it’s … Continue reading
I just listened to an interview Nancy Duarte did with Jim Endicott of Distinction Communications and Patty Clerico-Parham of Cisco on her slide:ology blog. Make sure you head over there and check it out. They talk about the 35mm slide. … Continue reading
Just because a transition is available does not mean you have to use it. Keep it simple. I came across this Duarte Design video today on a very cool Blog Slide:ology. The blog is named after Nancy Duartes new book … Continue reading