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Published on Jun 27, 2014
Nowadays just about everyone with access to a computer is creating presentation slides using PowerPoint, Keynote or similar software. But is the message being lost in the mix of templates, animations, logos, clip art and way too much text? Basic design principles can be employed to create clearer, more powerful presentations.
Todd Reubold is director of communications for the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota. He leads communications and presentations workshops as part of the Institute's Boreas Leadership Program. He's also co-founder and director of Ensia - an award-winning magazine showcasing solutions to Earth's biggest environmental challenges. Todd is passionate about communications and has worked with a range of scientific and topical experts to help them become more effective and engaging communicators.
During this informative and slightly irreverent talk Todd will discuss a range of design and delivery best practices aimed at building better presentations.