Posts by: Michael Kolowich

 

Responsive Design: Crafting Online Content to fit Every Device

 •  February 21

“Responsive design” — once merely a trendy but esoteric topic among web designers — is no longer optional for content creators.  It’s a vital...

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“Reading Decks” and the SlideShare Dilemma

 •  January 6

Just about every piece of modern advice about creating PowerPoint presentations offers the same kind of tip: when crafting a slide, less is more....

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Anatomy of the World’s Greatest Presentations

 •  January 2

What do Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech and Steve Jobs’ iPhone announcement have in common? In this classic TEDx:East Talk from 2010,...

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Five Tips for Injecting Personality into Your Online Presentations

 •  December 30

At the heart of every great presentation is a skilled presenter.  Great presenters are storytellers.  And because audiences need more than slides,...

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TED Tip: How to Give a Killer Presentation

 •  December 27

Since attending my first TED Conference in Monterey back in the series’ 1990’s infancy, I’ve been consistently blown away by the quality of the...

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Best Practice: Chapters are Essential to Online Presentation Success

 •  December 3

Unless you’re into surprises, you probably don’t like to be led down a blind alley.  So why do that to the viewers for your online...

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Preso of the Week: Air Conditioning an Outdoor Stadium

 •  November 8

One of our favorite recent TED talks is also a great way to illustrate how to turn a straight-up YouTube video into an interactive...

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Online Presentations and Your Sales Funnel

 •  November 5