Presentation resources are all around us; here are some of the places we go for help and information.
Our favourite presentation remotes; no-fuzz-easy-to-feel-and-find buttons and a great value.
Nancy Duarte’s amazing books; probably the best set of presentation resources available. Visit Duarte Design’s website www.duarte.com
Find great concepts, advice and examples for your presentations in Garr Reynolds’ books and website www.presentationzen.com
Stephen Few has a practical approach to data presentation. He will help you put the theory into practice.
The father of modern data presentation, all Edward Tufte’s books will be a welcome addition to your library of presentation resources.
If Stephen Few and Edward Tufte are “a bit too much,” this is a great, easy-to-read, one-stop book on data visualization.
The late Steve Jobs is arguably one of the finest presenters of the century; and Carmine Gallo probably wrote the best book about his presentation secrets.
If your ideas are not sticky enough check out this exceptional book:
Understanding how you and your audiences’ brain works will help tremendously to make your presentations more effective. This is a must read and will really contribute to your presentation resources. Dr. Medina is a genius.
Colour could be a tricky subject; this is a very simple and straightforward book to explain colour matching and its symbolism:
Unsure about colour? This service is extremely helpful: Kuler
A very cool and free tool to fine tune colours: PerBand.dk
Your public speaking skills need to be polished? Toastmasters International