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    Presentation Design

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    Over-simplified

    Reynolds makes a compelling case for a certain philosophy in creating presentations. He makes good points about the audience's attention and calling out slidumentation. Central to his premise is keeping the slide material simple and in support of what the presenter says. (No, I did not give away the entire book. Read the book to find out more.) The reason I docked a star is that his explanation on keeping it simple is, well, overly simplistic. Let's use story-telling as an example. If one were to follow his guidance of keeping it simple, then the only thing that remains of a short story pertains only to the plot. However, we know from hundreds of Hollywood movies and even more written works of fiction that a story contains more than just the plot. Reynolds actually does not steer you wrong, but he fails to explain what he means by simple, which is ironically a fairly complex subject. Someone who has a background in the graphic design will interpret his statements on simplicity one way, while someone with a background in writing fiction will interpret it differently. Surely they can't both be right. Reynold's main weakness is that he doesn't give enough detail or explanation to explain which interpretation he intended. Ultimately that stands in the way of someone being able to implement his advice successfully.
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    Prrsentation zen

    An excellent read for anyone looking to improve their presentation skills. It looks and "feels" a little unconventional in the beginning. But, as you read on you will realize that applying the principles will not only make you a better presenter but a great communicator! Simple. Precise. Useful!
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