Amazon.com has just added the "Search Inside" feature to its listing of Advanced Presentations by Design: Creating Communication that Drives Action, so you can get a glimpse of the insides of the book before it comes out next month. See it here.
Without doubt, Advanced
Presentations by Design is THE best researched book on presentation design
that I’ve ever had the privilege of reading. I recommend it for those of you who want the
confidence of knowing how best to plan and design successful presentations.
Gene Zelazny, author of Say It With Charts and Say It With Presentations.
This book is essential for any executive who doesn't have
time to wade through 60 page PowerPoint decks. You will want to make this book required reading for all your
Stew McHie, Global Brand Manager, Exxon-Mobil.
Like much of what goes on inside organizations, those
ubiquitous presentations have a look and feel based more on custom and what
others do than on the evidence of what works best. In this practical and evidence-based book, Andrew Abela has
outlined a set of principles that will make your presentations more memorable and
Jeffrey Pfeffer, Professor, Stanford Business School, and co-author of Hard
Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths, and Total Nonsense: Profiting from Evidence-Based Management.