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"You suck at ppt - an add-on for corporate presenters" is a small add-on review of Jessedee's famous presentation "You Suck at Powerpoint!". We analyze a few points made by Jessedee which may apply to conference speakers but do not apply to corporate presenters.

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    1. YOU  SUCK  AT   CORPORATE   POWERPOINT A  RESPONSE  TO   JESSE  DEE* *TIPS  THAT  DON’T  WORK  IN   CORPORATE  PRESENTATIONS

    2. Jesse’s  presentation   makes  some  great   points  but  it  may  have   left  out  our  corporate   presenters

    3. There  is  a  lot  of  info   out  there  about   what  makes  a   GREAT  PowerPoint   presentation.

    4. Sadly  this  advice   omits  the  needs  of   most  presenters and  focuses  on   conference  speakers.

    5. They  have  control   on  their  content and  can  decide  to   present  minimal   amounts  of  data.

    6. The  challenge  for   corporate  presenters is  illustrating  large   amounts  of  data  in  a   pleasing  way.

    7. Here  are  a  few   elements  that  work   for  conferences but  wouldn’t  work   for  corporate  decks.

    8. Jesse  Says:

    9. Jesse  Says: We  Think: You  don’t  want  to  include  your   whole  script,  but  cutting   content  is  not  always  possible. If  you  plan  to  share  your  slides   with  clients  and  partners  rather   than  present  them  yourself,   you  will  have  to  keep  a  lot  of   details  that  you  would  typically   eliminate.

    10. Jesse  Says:

    11. Jesse  Says: We  Think: Corporate  presenters  wont   have  this  luxury  because  they   have  A  LOT  of  information  that   needs  to  be  visualized. • data • products • graphs • charts • timelines • maps

    12. Jesse  Says:

    13. Jesse  Says: We  Think: Corporate  presenters  might   not  have  the  luxury  of  reducing   slides  or  content  because  they   are  explaining  a  complex  idea. Depending  on  their  audience,   having  complicated  data  might   not  be  a  problem. Keep  it  relevant  to  your   audience.

    14. Jesse  Says:

    15. Jesse  Says: We  Think: It  might  be  easier  for  a   conference  speaker  than  a   corporate  presenter  to  find   visuals. Corporate  presenters  need   visuals  that  are  very  specific   to  their  niche  which  is  often   a  challenge  and  needs   custom  design  work.

    16. Jesse  Says:

    17. Jesse  Says: We  Think: Buying  a  custom  typeface  is  not   very  desirable  because  corporate   presenters  have  to  transport  their   presentations.  Most  computers   wont  have  these  fonts  installed. Also,  the  corporate  presenter   may  have  to  share  his   presentation;  again  making  it   difficult  to  use  custom  fonts.

    18. Jesse  Says:

    19. Jesse  Says: We  Think: Ok,  a  few  of  these  fonts  are  a   big  a  no  no,  but  the  rest  are   really  not  THAT  bad.  Perhaps   stick  with  a  sans  serif.  

    20. Jesse  Says:

    21. Jesse  Says: We  Think: There  are  some  great  presentation   tools  out  there  like  Keynote  from   Apple,  and  Prezi,  but  the  market  is   still  dominated  by  PowerPoint,  and  if   you  intend  to  share  your   presentation  you  need  to  make  sure   it  is  available  in  a  format  everyone   can  access. Whether  you  like  it  or  not   Powerpoint  is  your  best  friend  here.

    22. If  you  haven’t  read  it   yet  got  check  out  the   original  presentation   HERE. Use  our  points  as  an   add-­‐on.

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