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London Web Standards

London Web Standards

Neo-shambolique: how to present

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bruce lawson

July 22, 2013
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  1. Neo-shambolique: how to present Or Some things that I do

    when I'm presenting that you may or may not find useful depending on the kind of presentations you do and the sort of person you are. Bruce Lawson, Opera London Web Standards
  2. Why are you presenting?

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  4. Preparing the presentation

  5. Know your subject

  6. Know your limits

  7. Know your audience

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  10. Know your narrative

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  12. HTML5 does not replace HTML 4.01

  13. HTML5 has more bling!

  14. การรแจงของ การรแจงของ HTML5 HTML5

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  17. What do you want them to do with your knowledge?

  18. Repeat your key points.

  19. Repeat your key points.

  20. Avoid wishy-washy statements. Kill ambiguity.

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  23. 45 mins

  24. What is your presentation?

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  27. It's really very dull to listen to someone read everything

    out that's on a slide (usually with their back to the audience so they can see the slide). Usually those people add nothing, either. Long strings of text are for handouts/ supporting web pages and not for the actual presentation itself. Doing “Powerpoint karoke” means that you are supporting your slide deck rather than your slide deck supporting your presentation. I know it sounds really obvious but lots of people do it. Don't be one of them.
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  31. SMW report

  32. • “Since December 2011, data traffic has risen by more

    than 66%” • If this data were uncompressed, Opera Mini users would have viewed over 12 petabytes of data in December.
  33. • The Large Hadron collider produces 25 petabytes of data

    a year. • Opera Mini compressed 12 petabytes - in December.
  34. 10 / 20 / 30

  35. 1 Problem 2 Your solution 3 Business model 4 Underlying

    magic/technology 5 Marketing and sales 6 Competition 7 Team 8 Projections and milestones 9 Status and timeline 10 Summary and call to action Read More http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2005/12/the_102030_rule.html
  36. Use humour

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  40. Preparing yourself

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  42. Logistics • clicker battery, • Mac dongle, • computer power

    lead
  43. Backup • Have presso on USB, dropbox, • Presso on

    speakerdeck, add URL to end of talk.
  44. You • Water. • Safety pee. • Watch/ timer •

    Phone off!
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  46. Walk around

  47. Questions?

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  49. Know your stuff Tell a story Be yourself Stick around

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  51. Storyboard flickr.com/photos/indytrendyskits/8014885600/ Karaoke en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Karaoke-irish-pub.jpg Afghanistan slide via worldblog.nbcnews.com/_news/2009/12/02/4376696-so- what-is-the-actual-surge-strategy Thai

    temple: me Me without shoes: Teri from Future Insights Others: sources unknown (I lost the file I recorded them in – sorry)