Visual Presentations eBook

The book teaches a system that you can use. The system involved 3 simple steps in translating bullet point slides into visual diagrams: Identify the objects and their relationships in the text-based slides Capture the relationship between the objects Visualize the objects When you work through some of the examples provided, you’ll see how easy it is to run through these 3 steps. Here is an example from the book on making over a business concept. The book is filled with examples and exercises to make you understand every bit of the process in clear detail. eBook Table of Contents About Visual Presentations 2 License information 4 1. Introduction 9 2. Why use a diagram? 13 3. Science behind the power of visuals 17 4. Ineffective way of using visuals 19 5. Creating diagrams 22 6 The basic principle behind creating Visual diagrams 25 7. Exercises: Identifying Objects and Relationships in a sentence 28 8. The 3 step process to create visual diagrams from bullet points 31 9. Convey a business concept as visual diagram 37 10. Unique Selling Proposition as a diagram 45 11. Strategic management concept as a visual diagram 50 12. Anatomy of a visual diagram 54 13.Quiz on the 7 critical relationship questions: 60 14. Representing sales pitch as a business diagram 63 15. Good diagrams can cut down your text 68 16. Moving to the creative side of visual representation 72 17. Making remarkable presentations using comparison 77 18.Examples for depicting a relationship using comparisons 80 19. Practice exercises for representing relationships 84 20. Essential tips for data presentation 88 21. Don?t visualize the wrong thing 92 22. Fastest way to create remarkable Diagrams 96 Author?s Note 104