Jesse Desjardins (@jessedee) browse through a huge number of great slide-authors, delivering a smart melting of these inspirational sources.
Jesse Desjardins (@jessedee) is very good at designing great slides.
His decks share a common style across years, are full of advices we advocate @inCreaZ and respectful of Design Principes (Coherence, Repetition, Alignment and Proximity)
Emiland de Cubber (@EmilandDC) delivers here a great, smart and inspirational deck of slides. It is full of very good advices we, at inCrea'Z, advocate daily.
Dan Roam (author of "The back of the Napkin") illustrates the Health Care situation within the US.
This presentation is very interesting for the illustrations it contains: it demonstrates the power of Visual Communication and that we are not limited to images when designing our slides...
Jesse Desjardins gives another tutorial full of tips to deliver good deck of slides for supporting your great presentation. Be inspired, he is smart!
Thirst: slideshare world contest winner in 2008.
Great to show how to use large images in a presentation, with some text.
Notice how the Repetition (in the font style, image theme) & Contrast (text over images) design principles were fulfilled.
Smoke: Slideshare world contest winner in 2010
In the same vein as Thirst (2008 winner), this highly image-based deck is coherent in its style throughout the slides. The impact of the visuals is high and they serve very well the story.
Slideshare 2nd winner 2009
Interesting for appropriate and unexpected (for some) choice in the images.
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