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Visualise your Thesis Presentation/Workshop

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Presentation/workshop about slide design, information design, typography and generating imagery. First presented at Latrobe University (July 2018). Workshop to help graduate students tackle the "Visualise your Thesis" competition (also helpful for students working on the 3 minute thesis competition).

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Visualise your Thesis Presentation/Workshop

  1. 1. WELCOME TO Visualising Your Thesis
  2. 2. HELLO my name is
  3. 3. HELLO my name is I AM A
  4. 4. ADVICE FOR VISUALIZING YOUR THESIS IN 60 SECONDS Slide Design Typography Information Design Imagery
  5. 5. Slide designed by Fabiola Gianotti for CERN
  6. 6. Slides are not a document Text heavy slides are boring (AND TAKE TOO LONG TO READ)
  7. 7. You only have 60 seconds so the text needs to be a quick read
  8. 8. Visually “chunking” the information
  9. 9. Helps people read more easily
  10. 10. • Exposure to violence/abuse = significant risk factor for myriad physiological, social and physical health consequences • # of efficacious and effective treatments identified, with Trauma- focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) currently evidencing most empirical support • Not all children’s families have ready access to these trauma-informed evidence-based services
  11. 11. • Exposure to violence/abuse = significant risk factor for myriad physiological, social and physical health consequences • # of efficacious and effective treatments identified, with Trauma- focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) currently evidencing most empirical support • Not all children’s families have ready access to these trauma-informed evidence-based services
  12. 12. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences • Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) • Not all children’s families have access to evidence-based services
  13. 13. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences
  14. 14. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences • Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
  15. 15. • Violence/abuse = significant risk factor with health consequences • Effective treatment: Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) • Not all children’s families have access to evidence-based services
  16. 16. SEQUENCING IS GUIDING THE VIEWERS EYES WHERE YOU WANT THEM TO GO
  17. 17. Hierarchy
  18. 18. BOTTOM RIGHT TOP LEFT
  19. 19. top
  20. 20. big top
  21. 21. big bright top
  22. 22. THE KEY TO KEEPING SLIDES SIMPLE Mangage Figure/Ground Relationships
  23. 23. Jane Austen was an English novel- ist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature. GROUND = BACKGROUND (ALSO CALLED NEGATIVE SPACE) FIGURE = FOREGROUND
  24. 24. Signal to Noise Ratio
  25. 25. THE GUIDING PRINCIPLE Maximize Signal Minimize Noise
  26. 26. Avoid complicated shapes behind text
  27. 27. Avoid strong colors in the background Unless your type contrasts
  28. 28. Avoid bright colors on white ESPECIALLY IF YOUR TYPE IS SMALL
  29. 29. Use less contrasty patterns like this one
  30. 30. If you have to use one then make your type bigger
  31. 31. Line stuff up and don’t mix alignments
  32. 32. Don’t sprinkle or put something in each corner
  33. 33. Avoid panel-itis
  34. 34. WORKING WITH Typography
  35. 35. TypefacesCommunicate
  36. 36. Serif or Sans Serif
  37. 37. Contrast between thick and thin strokes is hard to read
  38. 38. Minimal contrast is easier to read
  39. 39. AVOID THESE TYPEFACES Gill Sans Times New Roman Futura Papyrus Comic Sans Chancery Script Eurostile Copperplate
  40. 40. THESE FONTS ARE DESIGNED TO READ ON SCREEN Georgia Rockwell Lucida Verdana Helvetica Myriad
  41. 41. Do not compress or extend type (YES, EVEN TO FIT STUFF ON THE SLIDE!)
  42. 42. Use weight for emphasis rather than changing the typeface
  43. 43. Don’t use more than three typeface changes on one single SLIDE
  44. 44. Don’t use justified type Especially in a box
  45. 45. CREATING AND WORKING WITH Images
  46. 46. Images have ‘negative space’ too
  47. 47. Don’t distort images, especially faces.
  48. 48. This is not more interesting. It’s just messy.
  49. 49. Instead size images so they can be aligned
  50. 50. Slide designed by Fabiola Gianotti for CERN
  51. 51. LATCH FIVE WAYS TO ORGANIZE INFORMATION
  52. 52. LOCATION ALPHABETICAL TIME CATEGORY HIERARCHY
  53. 53. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell
  54. 54. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography
  55. 55. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information
  56. 56. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information Time / Sequence/change over time
  57. 57. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information Time / Sequence/change over time Category / Similarity or relatedness
  58. 58. Organize data by data flow or the story you want to tell Location / Distance/geography Alphabetical / Non-linear/miscellaneous information Time / Sequence/change over time Category / Similarity or relatedness Hierarchy / Common measure (highest to lowest)
  59. 59. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items
  60. 60. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items Line Graphs / show trends over time
  61. 61. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items Line Graphs / show trends over time Pie Charts / emphasize proportions
  62. 62. Pick the Right Tool Bar Charts / compare items Line Graphs / show trends over time Pie Charts / emphasize proportions Flowcharts / show process and connectedness
  63. 63. LET’S TRY IT OUT Make a graphic of “I will survive” using the LATCH method First I was afraid I was petrified Kept thinking I could never live without you by my side But I spent so many nights thinking how you did me wrong I grew strong I learned how to carry on and so you’re back from outer space I just walked in to find you here with that sad look upon your face I should have changed my stupid lock I should have made you leave your key If I had known for just one second you’d be back to bother me Go on now go walk out the door just turn around now ‘cause you’re not welcome anymore weren’t you the one who tried to hurt me with goodbye you think I’d crumble you think I’d lay down and die Oh no, not I I will survive as long as I know how to love I know I will stay alive I’ve got all my life to live I’ve got all my love to give and I’ll survive I will survive It took all the strength I had not to fall apart kept trying hard to mend the pieces of my broken heart and I spent oh so many nights just feeling sorry for myself I used to cry Now I hold my head up high and you see me somebody new I’m not that chained up little person still in love with you and so you felt like dropping in and just expect me to be free now I’m saving all my loving for someone who’s loving me
  64. 64. AFRAID/PETRIFIED NIGHTS SPENT FEELING SORRY FOR MYSELF GREWSTRONG LEARNEDTOCARRYON SURVIVED! CRYING&MENDINGHEART
  65. 65. Designing your information
  66. 66. Pie Charts Don’t use an ellipse—it distorts the data Don’t use busy patterns or 3D effect Make sure colors are tonally contrasting
  67. 67. Line Graphs Background and labels should not overwhelm the lines Scale allows variation without exaggeration Doesn’t always need increments
  68. 68. Bar Charts Don’t always need a frame or increment marks Differences of height should be discernible Type should be in proportion to the data
  69. 69. Use dashes or ellipses for missing data Tints help the eye read across or down Use fonts with open counters and/or no serifs
  70. 70.  
  71. 71. 100 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 % 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 SKILL DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND EXPECTATIONS EXAMINATION SUPERVISION INFRASTRUCTURE INTELLECTUAL CLIMATE OVERALL SATISFACTION
  72. 72. Avoid Visual Clichés
  73. 73. Creative Thinking = Making New Associations
  74. 74. It probably matters that online design teachers can’t make this face
  75. 75. Any Questions?
  76. 76. Resources for Slide Design Nancy Duarte’s book is called Slideology www.duarte.com Really Bad Powerpoint by Seth Godin can be found at: sethgodin.com/freeprize/reallybad-1.pdf Useful website: presentationzen.com Typeface Research can be found here: opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/ 2012/08/08/hear-all-ye-people-hearken-o-earth/
  77. 77. CONTACT ME WEBSITE ANITRALAND.COM SLIDESHARE ANITRANOTTINGHAM EMAIL ANITRA@ANITRALAND.COM TWITTER / PINTEREST @ANITRANOT

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