Synopses & Reviews
Design studio is the best method to bridge the gap between design experience and academic practice. Presentation Basics breaks down the two subtle, but critical, aspects of a presentation visual and verbal skills. Students will learn a good presentation is not just the ability to graphically represent it well. It is also about how to make a strong verbal presentation to sell their ideas. All of these factors are addressed as well as an essential look at business etiquette and body language stressing the impact they can have on a presentation.
Presentation Basics helps students hone both of the critical aspects of successful presentation—visual and verbal skills. Writing from the viewpoint that an effective presentation requires much more than adept graphic representation, Fullmer helps students strengthen their verbal skills to sell their ideas. The book also takes an essential look at business etiquette and body language, stressing the impact of these factors on a presentation.
About the Author
Donna Fullmer is an Assistant Professor in the Interior Architecture and Product Design program at Kansas State University, USA.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Presentation Overview
Chapter 2 Visual Presentation Skills
Chapter 3 Verbal Presentation Skills
Chapter 4 Business Etiquette
Chapter 5 Body Language