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PRESENTING LIKE   A presentation byEMILAND DE CUBBER
Silent movies ARE THE ESSENCE   OF VISUAL STORYTELLING.
SO...
STOP KILLING PEOPLEwith your boring powerpoints
And letinspire your next presentation
(and girls might become crazy at the end of your speech)
ACTION !
Scene 1KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE
It’s not aboutYOU
It’s all about yourAUDIENCE
Put yourself in their  SHOES
Find an approach thatSUITS THEM
Scene 2BE PROFESSIONAL
REHEARSE
And you won’t needYOUR NOTES
PleaseDON’t STANDin front of your slides
And look atTHEM
Improve yourBODY LANGUAGE
Scene 3WORK ON YOUR SLIDES
Slide design is not just MAKE-UP
It’s a complete set ofELEMENTS
which requires differentEXPERTISES
which requires different                    EXPERTISES                 IMAGES         DIAGRAMS                            ...
FONTScan serve your message
But like in silent movies, withFEW WORDSit’s always better
Scene 4CAPTIVATE YOUR AUDIENCE
Tease
TeaseBefo re you tell
So you can raiseINTERESTamong your audience
To let themDISCOVER  your truth
Scene 5PLAY WITH REFERENCES
METR OPOLIS ?
CITIZEN KANE ?
A DOG’S LIFE ?
Scene 6BRING TO THE DEBATE
EmbraceOPPOSING VIEWS
Weigh thePROS
And theCONS
Scene 8CHANGE FOCUS
FirstFOCUS
SecondFOCUS
ThirdFOCUS
ONE MORE THING...
Final sceneBE REMARKABLE
Create somethingMEMORABLE
And your presentations will beUNIQUE
Your                                 personal touchAnd your presentations will beUNIQUE
THANK YOU
MORE TIPS ON  Contact me for your next presentation :HELLO@EMILAND.ME @EMILANDDC ON TWITTER
Fonts : VEVEY & LAVANDERIA FROM LOST TYPE
Presenting Like The Artist
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Presenting Like The Artist

Silent movies are the essence of visual storytelling. Let "The Artist" inspire your next presentation.

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