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Visual thinking

The application of visual thinking to presentations

May 16, 2008

I’ve just finished reading Dan Roam’s book. I highly recommend it if you’re wanting to delve more deeply into visual thinking. I’ve also been doing other reading and web-surfing on visual thinking. Here’s my thoughts so far on the application of visual thinking to presentations. First, if we can express something visually as well as verbally – [...]

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The power of the flipchart

April 28, 2008

Dan Roam has a great line in his book The Back of the Napkin – “the hand is mightier than the mouse”. Hand-drawing in front of an audience has power and energy. I think most presenters have forgotten this. People hardly use the term Visual Aids anymore – because the only visual aid most presenters use [...]

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Use words and visuals

April 26, 2008

I’m reading Dan Roam‘s great new book Back of the Napkin. It’s led me to explore all the resources on the web for visual thinking. What I’m seeing is that there’s a whole movement out there for visual thinking, infographics etc. But yet most presenters, presentation trainers and consultants still think in terms of the verbal [...]

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