Since a couple of months I have been very fascinated by interactive music videos. Here is one of my favorite experiences. Sometimes simple is the best, but this wouldn’t have been as flowy to use as it is without the freedom to create your own journey.
Slideshare can be really fascinating. This type of presentation for example that you can find on Slideshare is an excellent type of content marketing, posting the right content in the right place reaching exactly the right audience. While us workshop designers, planners creating pitches and entrepreneurs browse through the database looking for references, this type of presentations on how to improve your presentation skills is a nice break from all the hard facts and minimalistic keynote designs.
I’ve tried all the tips and they work! Most importantly – relax and enjoy the exchange of ideas with your audience!
Why do you think I like giving workshops so much 🙂 It’s a great opportunity to become very nerdy on a subject and then get to discuss it with others. Great tip on how become better at something – teach it to your friends, family and colleagues!
Before you start working in Keynote, write down your script slide for slide in a word document. If you don’t know what you are going to say on each slide before you start you will fill your keynotes with too much text that will disturb the audience focus on you.
Stumbled on this english documentary on cumbia culture in South America. My haircut is a mix between the cumbia culture you can see in this video and the Argentine hippie haircut. It is a very common look on the streets here.
Click image for fun article about Argentine haircuts.
In castellano this haircut is called “cubana” or “mulet”. Google image search result for the haircut below. Fortunately I haven’t experienced any discrimination because of the cut. Click the image to read the article.
Normally this is where people think I got it from but I actually saw it first in South America, not South Africa.
A little something about me in relation to current trends in South America!