iapresentation

Recent links

Posted in content, ideas, links, RSS by solle on 18/02/2009

Pick of my recent links from Delicious, Google Reader and my local bookmarks:

From Nieman Reports: To Prepare for the Future, Skip the Present ‘… today’s obsession with saving newspapers has meant that, for the most part, media companies have failed to plan adequately for tomorrow’s digital future.’

Pixelmator – image editing for the rest of us

Language Log

From Boxes and Arrows (quite old but hugely relevant in these difficult times) Getting hired

The ‘How to influence worksheet’

From Wikipedia page on Pecha Kucha ‘The idea behind Pecha Kucha is to keep presentations concise, the interest level up and to have many presenters sharing their ideas within the course of one night. Therefore, the 20×20 Pecha Kucha format was created: each presenter is allowed a slideshow of 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds. This results in a total presentation time of 6 minutes 40 seconds on a stage before the next presenter is up.’

From Cameron Moll 20 tips for better conference speaking

Persona templates

UX Challenge Conference

BBC Radio Labs How we make websites

How to spot Arial

Beyond Usability: Designing Web Sites for Persuasion, Emotion, and Trust

From RWW: Vint Cerf: Despite Its Age, The Internet is Still Filled with Problems

Indexhibit

Aviary: Vector Graphics Editor for the Web

Rob Waller’s The Simpleton

Dan Lockton’s Design with intent

Sir Ken Robinson Speaks at the RSA

Posting soon:

Post on pattern libraries and need for further standardisation

Breadcrumb.me

Presentation methods and resources

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