157: Stephy Lewis: On the Good, Bad and Ugly of Presentation Design

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Stephy Lewis [check out her amazing website!], presentation designer from the Presentation Guild – and my new pal from the Presentation Summit – got a chance to catch up and talk the good, bad and ugly about presentation design and development.

Even though Stephy was dragged kicking and screaming from the field of design into the field of *presentation* design, she has discovered the depth, complexity and artistry of the profession – part of the reason why she's so passionate about her role at the Presentation Guild!

Jump in with us as we talk about what bad design can do to our mental state (ha), the importance of the collaborate nature of developing presentations, and 3 keys to designing intentional presentations.

ON THE GOOD, BAD AND UGLY OF PRESENTATION DESIGN

On the show, we talked about:

  • How design has everything to do with storytelling
  • How design informs not just storytelling, but the psychology and performance of the presentation
  • The power of the Presentation Guild in establishing the profession of the presentation industry
  • 3 things we gotta do to make our presentations better…

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RESOURCES & LINKS


SALLY:

Oh, people! Have you seen this? #ThisMovedMe

 
 
 

STEPHY:

Escaping from North Korea in search of freedom | Yeonmi Park | One Young World

 
 
 
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