More good stuff from Presentation Zen – the book

Here are some more snippets I found interesting in Garr Reynolds’ book:

“Concreteness: Use natural speech and give real examples with real things, not abstractions.” (p. 77)

“If you feel tempted to use a picture of two hands shaking in front of a globe, put the pencil down, step away from the desk, and think about taking a vacation or investigating aromatherapy”[!]—Nancy Duarte (p. 94)

Signal to Noise Ratio: “the ratio of relevant to irrelevant elements or information in a slide or other display. The goal is to have the hightest signal-to-noise ratio possible in your slides.” (p. 122)

Several examples of excellent Ballroom style presentations (p. 166-178)

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