IFL: Designing for Visual Efficiency
I was invited to present my Designing for Visual Efficiency talk at BMO’s Institute for Learning, the company’s training facility in the North end of Toronto. The talk was also live streamed to the bank’s other IFL locations in Chicago & Milwaukee.
I went back and updated the deck, partially because I had to turn the original 90-minute presentation into something that would fit in 45, but also as I just wanted to freshen it up a bit.
Video of the Talk
As a nice bonus they were testing out a new live streaming and capture system for the talk so I was actually able to get a copy of the talk which I’ve embedded below:
Here is the deck as presented:
For those who want to do some more follow-up reading, I’d highly recommend checking out the following books:
- Visual Thinking: for Design – Colin Ware
- slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations – Nancy Duarte
- Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery
– Garr Reynolds
- The Back of the Napkin (Expanded Edition): Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures
– Dan Roam