10 steps to a great presentation
We want your presentation to be great, so we've put together a little list of things to consider that you might find helpful.
1: Choose an original and engaging topic that you're passionate about. Self-promotion is out and creative ideas are in. Our audiences respond well to passionate people speaking on concepts and ideas, rather than selling a product, experience or point of view.
2: You only have 20 images, so choose them wisely. Don't worry about a title slide; we take care of that for you with a PKN intro slide that includes your name and presentation title.
3: Place slide images in landscape orientation to maximize the use of the screen.
4: If you don't own images, reference them! If they're your own, even better.
5: Resize your images to 1024 x 768 px. Again, we can't stress enough that this is landscape orientation.
6: Please do not include text and multiple images on one slide.
7: Match your topic/speech to each image. You only have 20 seconds per image and the presentation automatically moves to the next image, so choose your words wisely!
8: Keep it casual and conversational - there is no lectern.
9: Watch Travis Sheridan's presentation about how to give a good Pecha Kucha presentation.
10: Keep in mind that Pecha Kucha presentations are all about ideas and those ideas allow the audience to learn, expand their perspectives, and leave the night with something new in their mind.