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The Future of Presentations: Top Trends for Communicators

From the rise of visual communication to mobile optimization, top trends in presentations for communicators. Created by Catherine Carr, Haiku Deck's Chief Insp…

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LucaVanin's curator insight, December 8, 2014 9:23 AM

Cosa ci aspetta per quanto riguarda le presentazioni del futuro?

Ecco alcuni insights molto interessanti su cui riflettere e... lavorare!

Gianfranco Marini's curator insight, December 8, 2014 12:04 PM

Una presentazione realizzata con Haiku Deck in 12 slides in cui sono evidenziate le principali tendenze nella comunicazione e che disegnano il possibile futuro delle presentazioni. Molto utile per chi si occupa di comunicazione e, quindi, anche di formazione.

 

Interessante il fatto che, come sottolinea Baiba Svenca, le stesse slides costituiscano un ottimo esempio di come realizzare una presentazione in conformità con quelli che sono i trend in tale ambito

MagneticSpeaking's curator insight, December 9, 2014 1:32 AM

Great insight and advice for presenters looking to take things to the next level

 

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Why Instagram is This Journalist’s Favorite Tool - MediaShift

Why Instagram is This Journalist’s Favorite Tool - MediaShift | All things communication | Scoop.it

As I reported in the villages of rural Nepal after the earthquake, I posted iPhone photographs with short dispatches on my Instagram account (@sonianarang). I suddenly found my Instagram feed full of questions about the situation in Nepal, so I kept posting more and more. In my Instagram photos, I tried to showcase the life of regular people I was meeting everyday – women who had built makeshift shelters, young mothers in a tent with their babies, and schoolchildren trying to study despite the disastrous earthquake. For me, Instagram was the perfect tool to get real-time photographs out into the world about how the earthquake had changed people’s lives.


Everyday Instagram Feeds


With more than 700 million people on Instagram as of April 2017, this popular photo-sharing platform has become a powerful tool for journalists globally. The rise of fascinating, region-specific Instagram feeds curated by a wide range of photographers offer an insider’s look into the “everyday” lives of people around the world. Some of my favorite feeds allow me to discover stories, people, and photographers in the Middle East (@everydaymiddleeast), Latin America (@everydaylatinamerica) and Africa (@everydayafrica), right from the palm of my hands....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 23, 2017 11:04 AM

Visuals matter- journalism via Instagram.

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The Narrative Structure of Great Presentations

The Narrative Structure of Great Presentations | All things communication | Scoop.it

A common myth suggests that great presentations are an art form. While some of the world’s best presenters are certainly artists, we know that their presentations obey the kind of narrative structure that allows even novice public speakers the opportunity to deliver great presentations.


So, What is Narrative Structure?Well, that depends on the industry, because narrative structure is important in every profession. While different definitions exist, they all point to the “structural framework” of how an idea or story is presented to an audience.


The reliance on structure in a narrative underlines just how attainable great, engaging presentations are. Because if we can show how those are built (e.g. the skeleton), then all that’s left is adding the muscle, or content, and delivering it according to the narrative structure.


The other key element in the narrative structure definition is the idea or story. Without the idea or story, there is no narrative to structure. So we really want to lean on storytelling as a way to engage our audience, and for a good reason....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 28, 2017 9:54 AM

Learn how you can create a great presentation using narrative structure!

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, July 28, 2017 2:06 PM
This might be interesting for lesson and unit planning.
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Without Emotional Advertising, Your Landing Page Won’t Work - QuickSprout

Without Emotional Advertising, Your Landing Page Won’t Work - QuickSprout | All things communication | Scoop.it
In it, Martin uses the fMRT process, which is short for functional magnetic resonance imaging to “get a glimpse into the head of consumers.”

Here’s what he found:

“Our brains usually run on autopilot, despite making us believe we know what we are doing.”“90 percent of all purchasing decisions are not made consciously.”“Most purchasing decisions take as little as 2.5 seconds.”“Brodmann Area 10 in the human brain’s frontal cortex is activated if someone ‘thinks a product is really cool’. This area is linked to self-awareness and emotions.”“Brands and products that evoke our emotions, like Apple, Coca-Cola or Nivea, always win.”

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CYDigital's curator insight, February 8, 2017 10:34 PM

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How to be Digitally Literate in an Era of Fake News

How to be Digitally Literate in an Era of Fake News | All things communication | Scoop.it
America just completed an especially volatile and polarizing Presidential election. This was the first major election where both sides waged war not simply using traditional means (pounding the pavement, call centers, and mailers), but using online digital tools. On Facebook and Twitter, stories were shared, hashtags were created, and mud-slinging took on new levels. New…
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Wait … is that a rule? Ten everyday grammar mistakes you might be making

Wait … is that a rule? Ten everyday grammar mistakes you might be making | All things communication | Scoop.it
Before their workshop at the NGV Art Book Fair in Melbourne, writing studio the Good Copy shares some tips
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10 tips on how to make slides that communicate your idea, from TED's in-house expert

10 tips on how to make slides that communicate your idea, from TED's in-house expert | All things communication | Scoop.it
Want to make a great slidedeck? A TED staffer shares some big-picture things to think about, and some helpful tactical tips.

Want to make a great slidedeck? A TED staffer shares some big-picture things to think about, and some helpful tactical tips.

 

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THE OFFICIAL ANDREASCY's curator insight, February 1, 2016 5:58 PM

What you need to know to make a compelling presentation:

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The Importance of Linguistics in Business Networking

The Importance of Linguistics in Business Networking | All things communication | Scoop.it
Having trouble connecting with the right people? Take a look at how linguistics can help you communicate and connect better in your business networking methods.
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How to Find Guest Blogging Opportunities (+189 Email Addresses to...

How to Find Guest Blogging Opportunities (+189 Email Addresses to... | All things communication | Scoop.it
About a year ago, I was casually assigned a task to write one guest post per month in the name of the Process Street blog. "What on Earth?" I thought. Only the
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Masterclass 3: The journalism of now, using Snapchat and Periscope for reporting | Andy Bull

Masterclass 3: The journalism of now, using Snapchat and Periscope for reporting | Andy Bull | All things communication | Scoop.it

This tuition is about using Snapchat and Periscope for journalism

 

It supplements material in the new 2nd edition of Multimedia Journalism Chapter 6, on live blogging.

I’ve called it the journalism of now simply because both these platforms are designed to carry live news and information. It typically disappears within 24 hours, although there are ways to keep it live for longer.

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20 Most Beautiful Websites of 2015

20 Most Beautiful Websites of 2015 | All things communication | Scoop.it
Web design has a big influence on internet presence, affecting things like how traffic interacts with a website (bounce- and conversion-rates)  to how effective the site is in the context of SEO and branding. While content is obviously crucial to any site, the aesthetic presentation of that content is equally important. To get a feel for good web design and visually arresting content, here are 20 of the most beautiful websites in 2015.

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 9, 2015 11:29 PM

Creativity with your coffee and a great collection of website design inspiration. Recommended viewing. 9/10

PARKJH's curator insight, December 10, 2015 4:33 AM

Inspiration of websites's  good online for the enterprice planning  

Cheryl Chng's curator insight, January 8, 2016 3:44 AM

Creativity with your coffee and a great collection of website design inspiration. Recommended viewing. 9/10

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5 Storytelling Techniques to Boost Business Communications

5 Storytelling Techniques to Boost Business Communications | All things communication | Scoop.it

How often does an interaction under the business communications umbrella lend itself to a full-blown story, the type with a beginning, an end and something going amiss in the middle that must be overcome? Maybe 10 percent of the time, and that’s probably high.

That’s why we use the term storytelling techniques in describing how the concepts of storytelling can be applied to business communications. It turns out that within the classic story arc, those who entertain like novelists and movie directors depend on certain techniques to bring their material to life....


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Poppy Skarli's curator insight, October 1, 2015 1:49 AM

Inspirational

Jane Gardner's curator insight, October 2, 2015 7:21 PM

Storytelling is King (not just content)!

Since the time around the ancients fires, we are a storytelling people and entrepreneurs should keep that in mind when they send out their messages to potential audiences.  It creates a connection as we engage and relate to each others stories. 

1300 Numbers Australia's curator insight, December 9, 2015 6:23 PM

Know how the concepts of storytelling can be applied to business communications. 

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PR 2015: Top 100 Influencers & Brands – Onalytica

PR 2015: Top 100 Influencers & Brands – Onalytica | All things communication | Scoop.it
At Onalytica we have been looking closely at the transformation of PR as we know it. Our vision is to evolve media relations into influencer relations professionals by managing relationships with hundreds of key influencers rather than just journalists.

 

Think about the numerous analysts, politicians, bloggers, thought leaders, industry professionals, stakeholders and influential consumers that all have big audiences that you want to reach. Influencer relations is a truly essential part of modern PR (we also offer a B2B influencer relations platform for PR practitioners)

One of the most time consuming parts of influencer relations (or influencer marketing) is identifying the right thought leaders. What if you just wrote a new blog and you have no idea what influencers would be interested in your content?

We’re here to help! We built a new tool to do this. Before it took up to an hour to find 10-20 relevant influencers, now you can do it in less than a minute…


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 8, 2015 12:56 PM

Useful list of influential PR brands and individuals on Twitter by London-based Onalytica. Oh, did I mention #17? ;-) 

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Steller Storytelling App Gets A Huge Makeover

Steller Storytelling App Gets A Huge Makeover | All things communication | Scoop.it

Steller is a story-telling app that has been around since the beginning of 2014, but today the company has announced a huge overhaul of the app’s UX to make editing and creating that much simpler.

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What's the best way to tell a story on digital platforms?

What's the best way to tell a story on digital platforms? | All things communication | Scoop.it
Digital Story Innovations team exploring journalism's new frontier to find innovative ways of telling stories and reaching new audiences.
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30 Futuristic Fonts to Make Your Designs Stand Out

We live in a highly digital world, which has affected not only the way in which we communicate with each other and the way we live our lives
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Take the Time to Use Fewer Words – Microsoft Design – Medium

Take the Time to Use Fewer Words – Microsoft Design – Medium | All things communication | Scoop.it
As Blaise Pascal wrote, “I made this [letter] very long only because I have not had the leisure to make it shorter.” In hundreds of languages, over thousands of years, people have known that reducing…
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How To Recognize A Fake News Story

How To Recognize A Fake News Story | All things communication | Scoop.it
9 helpful tips to stop yourself from sharing false information.
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Wait … is that a rule? Ten everyday grammar mistakes you might be making

Wait … is that a rule? Ten everyday grammar mistakes you might be making | All things communication | Scoop.it
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Got a Minute? How Our Use of Communication Apps Changes by the Hour

Got a Minute? How Our Use of Communication Apps Changes by the Hour | All things communication | Scoop.it
79% of wireless subscribers in the U.S. say they text in general, and U.S. smartphones users 18 and older spend 4 hours and 39 minutes on communication apps each month. So the question today isn’t if you can reach someone with a mobile message. It’s when and where.
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Masterclass 5: How to bring gaming into your news reporting and compete with Candy Crush | Andy Bull

Masterclass 5: How to bring gaming into your news reporting and compete with Candy Crush | Andy Bull | All things communication | Scoop.it
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Masterclasses in using Buzzfeed, Snapchat and Periscope for your journalism

This Masterclass area is designed to complement the print and ebook versions of the 2nd edition of Multimedia Journalism.

Masterclasses will focus on new developments in journalism – new ways of doing things, new software or hardware that we can use in our work.

Masterclasses will contain detailed, up-to-the-minute video and text tuition, information, analysis and views – as appropriate to the particular subject – from the author and/or experts in the particular fields covered.

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Top 10 Research Tools for Investigative Journalists

Top 10 Research Tools for Investigative Journalists | All things communication | Scoop.it
How do you research thoroughly, save time, and get directly to the source you wish to find? Editor and Cofounder of InfoDOCKET Gary Price, and Research Editor for Investigations at The Intercept Margot Williams, shared their Top 100 Data Research Tools. Overwhelmed with information; we asked Williams and Price to refine their tools and research strategies down to a Top 10.
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Sway: Reimagine the way your ideas come to life.

Sway: Reimagine the way your ideas come to life. | All things communication | Scoop.it
Sway is an intelligent app that helps you easily create an interactive web-based canvas of your ideas. Pull your content from a variety of sources with minimal effort and use the built-in layout engine to craft a cohesive look and feel that looks great on any screen.

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How 3 newsrooms are using chat apps to source and share stories | Media news

How 3 newsrooms are using chat apps to source and share stories | Media news | All things communication | Scoop.it
Experts from the Guardian, BBC and The Wall Street Journal explain their approach to WhatsApp, Snapchat, Line and more
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Is Solutions Journalism the Solution?

Is Solutions Journalism the Solution? | All things communication | Scoop.it
Journalists make careers out of covering the symptoms and causes of bad urban public schools, writing tragedies about students falling through the cracks, scoring …

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Brian Steffens's curator insight, June 11, 2015 4:04 PM

Which gets your repeated attention: A constant litany of what's broken -- big government, big business, health care, environment, economy, community infrastructure, education, etc. -- or options to address or fix what's broken? Despair or hope? Then look at your news you share with your community. Which does it more closely resemble? Then ask yourself if that's sufficient to entice your community to subscribe to your daily diet.If your once daily readers/viewers are now occasional readers/viewers ... if they escape to reality TV and celebrity news ... might it be because they're fatigued from a relentless barrage of problems with no recognizable light at the end of the tunnel? Or that they perceive that light to be another train coming?