Create and Design Memorable Presentations 

  • 4.9 (55 Reviews)

Create and Design Memorable Presentations 

  • 4.9 (55 Reviews)
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Course Syllabus

Chapter 1

Introduction

  • 1. The Importance of Presentation Skills in Business (4:27)
  • Course Downloads
Chapter 2

Ideation

  • 2. Understanding Your Audience (6:28)
  • Exercise #1 – Analyze your Audience
  • 3. Setting Transformational Objectives (4:24)
  • Exercise #2 – Define your objective
  • 4. Brainstorming Technique #1 - Audience Transformation Roadmap (11:37)
  • 5. Brainstorming Technique #2 - Mind Map (5:25) Free
  • 6. Brainstorming Technique #3 - The Traffic-Light Technique (6:56)
  • Exercise #3 - Brainstorm to find your key messages
  • Quiz: Ideation
Chapter 3

Creation

  • 7. Selecting Key Messages (5:43)
  • Exercise #4 - Your 70 words
  • 8. Creating a Clear Storyline (2:31)
  • 9. Storyline #1 - The Basic 3-Act Play (2:30)
  • 10. Storyline #2 - Changing the World (4:07)
  • 11. Storyline #3 - The Sales Pitch (3:30)
  • 12. Storyline #4 - The Board Presentation (2:49)
  • 13. Storyline #5 - Project Presentation (2:52)
  • 14. Putting All Together (3:00)
  • 15. Making it Original and Enjoyable (10:20)
  • Exercise #5 – Develop your storyline
  • Quiz: Creation
Chapter 4

Illustration

  • 16. Simplicity in Design (8:28)
  • 17. Design Principle #1 Picture Superiority (4:28)
  • 18. Design Principle #2 White Space (8:29)
  • 19. Design Principle #3 Rule of Thirds (4:58)
  • 20. Before-After Slides (3:56)
  • 21. Handouts (3:39)
  • 22. The World's Best Slide (1:50)
  • 23. Overcoming Corporate Templates (5:08)
  • Exercise #6 – Sketch and design your visuals
  • Quiz: Illustration
Chapter 5

Delivery

  • 24. Present Naked (6:39)
  • 25. To Learn or Not to Learn (4:22)
  • Quiz: Delivery
Chapter 6

Conclusion

  • 26. Share Your Message, Make an Impact, Be Memorable (3:06)
  • Recommended Reading
Chapter 7

Final Quiz

  • Final Quiz

Course Description

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  • time 2.2 Hours

Presentations are everywhere in business, and most of them fail to reach their objectives. This course will tear up the conventional wisdom and provides you a simple new method for creating and designing presentations your audience will love. Including practical tools and templates to help you share your message, make an impact and be memorable.

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55 Reviews

  • 4.9
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  • amirbeno

Amazing course! He gave me tons of new insights and ideas how to better prepare to my presentation (first time on international conference!). Hope they will "feel, believe and do" as planned

  • rosalynpop

We can always improve. A wonderful course for helping our great get stronger wings and flourish.

  • Maria

A wonderful course to improve the skills for presentation design, especially to embrace the white space. I would recommend everyone to take this course if one is ambitious enough to make an impact.

  • marcioalex

Excellent course. I've learned so many important things that may improve and boost my presentations. I'm so happy for the opportunity and certainly I'll use most of that knowledge to change, transform and call my audience to action. Tks Andrea Pacini and Fiverr Team. Hugs from Brazil.

  • christopherd953

Easy enough course with plenty of great content. Thank you fro providing pdfs to help implement what was taught. The gap exercise was a huge gem in message development.

  • spietrobono

Well put together course! The actual implementation of designing the slide could be more elaborated.

  • fiubiu

Andrea explains in a clear, simple and concise form all the secrets for making a memorable presentation. I recommend this course to everyone.
Thank you

  • samfinlay511

Everything you will ever need to know about where to start in making a memorable presentation to your team, Senior Managers, the Board, a Prospective Customer or any audience anywhere else.

I'd highly recommend taking this comprehensive course even if you already regularly make presentations at any level.

  • dwings101

Excellent, a well structured approach. Most take away for me was the ATR that help me think clearly for my story line.

  • nic2988

Good and effective communication is an essential tool in achieving productivity and maintaining strong, lasting working relationships at all levels of an organisation.
Andrea does an amazing job in explaining a clear and simple way to brainstorm your ideas first and then creating powerful presentations following design principles. Highly recommended to anyone who wants to get better at presenting and communicating their message.

  • matthewewing8

This course was fantastic for really getting the process of going from I"I Have something to say", to "I am committed to sharing what I know in a way that makes a difference in the lives of the listeners." I got so much from a generative, organization, design, and delivery perspective that I am confident will translate into more impact for my clients, and more opportunities to present.

Thank you for taking the time to create this.

Matt Ewing
2020 Performance Group

  • Gbenga

Great training.

  • sharonhiller

The course helped me consider who I am speaking with and what I really want to tell them. It reminds me of some of the techniques I learned in the Dale Carnegie coure about 40 years ago that I had forgotten. The templates provides are wonderful! I loved learning about the five types of presentation story lines and believe they will be helpful as I make presentations in the future. I learned some great techniques for visuals that will help me not only with presentations, but with taking photos and placement of items in my drawings as well. Thank you!

  • kimberlylewi509

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Course Syllabus

Chapter 1

Introduction

  • 1. The Importance of Presentation Skills in Business (4:27)
  • Course Downloads
Chapter 2

Ideation

  • 2. Understanding Your Audience (6:28)
  • Exercise #1 – Analyze your Audience
  • 3. Setting Transformational Objectives (4:24)
  • Exercise #2 – Define your objective
  • 4. Brainstorming Technique #1 - Audience Transformation Roadmap (11:37)
  • 5. Brainstorming Technique #2 - Mind Map (5:25) Free
  • 6. Brainstorming Technique #3 - The Traffic-Light Technique (6:56)
  • Exercise #3 - Brainstorm to find your key messages
  • Quiz: Ideation
Chapter 3

Creation

  • 7. Selecting Key Messages (5:43)
  • Exercise #4 - Your 70 words
  • 8. Creating a Clear Storyline (2:31)
  • 9. Storyline #1 - The Basic 3-Act Play (2:30)
  • 10. Storyline #2 - Changing the World (4:07)
  • 11. Storyline #3 - The Sales Pitch (3:30)
  • 12. Storyline #4 - The Board Presentation (2:49)
  • 13. Storyline #5 - Project Presentation (2:52)
  • 14. Putting All Together (3:00)
  • 15. Making it Original and Enjoyable (10:20)
  • Exercise #5 – Develop your storyline
  • Quiz: Creation
Chapter 4

Illustration

  • 16. Simplicity in Design (8:28)
  • 17. Design Principle #1 Picture Superiority (4:28)
  • 18. Design Principle #2 White Space (8:29)
  • 19. Design Principle #3 Rule of Thirds (4:58)
  • 20. Before-After Slides (3:56)
  • 21. Handouts (3:39)
  • 22. The World's Best Slide (1:50)
  • 23. Overcoming Corporate Templates (5:08)
  • Exercise #6 – Sketch and design your visuals
  • Quiz: Illustration
Chapter 5

Delivery

  • 24. Present Naked (6:39)
  • 25. To Learn or Not to Learn (4:22)
  • Quiz: Delivery
Chapter 6

Conclusion

  • 26. Share Your Message, Make an Impact, Be Memorable (3:06)
  • Recommended Reading
Chapter 7

Final Quiz

  • Final Quiz

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is presentation design?

    "Presentation design is about creating visual aids (slides) that support, reinforce, and amplify your message when presenting. When you design powerful visual slides, your audience follows you and remembers what you say. It’s important to avoid the typical ‘death by PowerPoint’ with lots of text and bullet points on screen because people cannot read and listen at the same time."

  • What kind of projects need presentation design?

    "Most types of presentations need presentation design. You don’t have to use slides all the time when presenting, but slides can help your audience better understand your message. Whether you are pitching for investment, selling your product/service or idea, motivating your team, or updating your boss on an important project, creating and designing a compelling presentation will make a difference in your communication."

  • How do I choose the right PowerPoint presentation designer?

    "There are five elements to consider: 1) They can show you actual examples of outstanding work they completed with other clients. 2) Ask them about their background and qualifications. 3) They are great communicators and are easy to work with. 4) They can set deadlines for the submission of the project and can respect them. 5) They are crystal clear in terms of the required budget for any given project"

  • What are the types of presentation?

    "- Sales pitch - Leadership communication - Investor pitch - Project update - Results presentation - Conference keynote - Online presentation / webinar - One-to-one presentation - Training course, workshop, web class, masterclass"

  • How do you layout a presentation?

    "There are two key steps: creation of the message and design of the presentation. Message: start with a blank sheet of paper and write down the structure of your presentation. The best structure includes the following parts: - Introduction/hook - Key message 1 - Key message 2 - Key message 3 - Summary - Questions & Answers - Conclusion/Punchline Try to communicate not more than three key messages. This is a fundamental rule in communication called Rule of Three. Design: first storyboard on a piece of paper (or flipchart, whiteboard) how you want to visualize your key messages on PowerPoint. Then, when you start designing your slides on the presentation tool, remember the following design principles: - Picture Superiority Effect: images are more likely to be remembered than words. Keep your slides visual, avoid text and bullet points. - White space (also known as empty space or negative space): it is the empty area of a slide. Use as much white space as possible. One idea per slide, not more."

  • What makes a powerful presentation?

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