Presentation idiom Archives - Extreme Presentation

Microsoft’s new design ethos

Microsoft Corporation was one of my earliest clients for the Extreme Presentation workshop, and continues to be one of my…

Fighting the “Clicker” Fetish

After the videos on yesterday's post, here's one more clip:  When you use a Conference Room Style presentation, you switch…

The Future of Marketing Research, Animated

Ian Lewis, at Cambiar, sent this to me.  (Sir Ken Robinson's animation, on a lower budget?)      

McKinsey interview

I was recently interviewed by McKinsey & Company, and the interview is posted on their internal "Communicate" website.  It's only…

Coming Soon—The Presentation: A Story About Communicating Successfully, With Very Few Slides

My second book, The Presentation: A Story About Communicating Successfully, with Very Few Slides, will be coming out in a…

Prezi: the compromise breaker

I am very excited about Prezi.  I commented on it briefly in a post some months ago, and have been spending some…

Change This: Presenting to Small Audiences

Presentations to small audiences have very different requirements than those for large audiences, and yet most people design them as…

How to combat fear of public speaking using Conference Room style presentations

With conference room style presentations, much of the time your audience is looking down at your handout rather than up…

Ballroom vs. Conference Room Style Presentations

Two years ago I blogged on the importance of presentation idiom, and on the two main presentation idioms, Ballroom style…