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Five ways to make your presentation better - Seth's Blog
1. Make it shorter. No extra points for filling your time.
2. Be really clear about what it’s for. If the presentation works, what will change? Who will be changed? Will people take a different course of action because of your work? If not, then why do you do a presentation?
3. Don’t use slides as a teleprompter. If you have details, write them up in a short memo and give it to us after the presentation.
4. Don’t sing, don’t dance, don’t tell jokes. If those three skills are foreign to you, this is not a good time to try them out.
5. Be here now. The reason you’re giving a presentation and not sending us a memo is that your personal presence, your energy and your humanity add value. Don’t hide them. Don’t use a prescribed format if that format doesn’t match the best version of you.
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15 hours ago by obelix
How to Make Your Presentations Accessible to All | Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) | W3C
Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn’t hear the joke?
Be careful not to leave out information for some people in your audience. For example, if you say “you can read it on the slide”, you are probably excluding people who cannot see the slide.
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yesterday by vloux
Harness the Power of Static Site Generators to Create Presentations |
No prior knowledge of Hugo or Reveal.js is required but a basic understanding of how static site generators work will be helpful. I recommend trying this tutorial if you haven’t created a static site before.
hugo  presentation  slides 
yesterday by euler
Term Sheets
Create animated terminal presentations. Export as SVG, animated GIF, or HTML+CSS
service  terminal  presentation 
yesterday by junya
Better Posters
website to make better posters
poster  presentation 
yesterday by philohistoria
tybenz/vimdeck: VIM as a presentation tool
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
vim  presentation  slides 
yesterday by neurodyne

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