Posts Tagged ‘powerpoint’
Sketchbook comics of an Art Spiegelman lecture at BookPeople in Austin, Texas, October 7, 2008.
Powerpoint (or Keynote) slide software solves the problem of presenting an audience with a narrative that demands both verbal and visual elements. A slide presentation succeeds when the visual display works with the verbal communication of the speaker to create a narrative in the audience’s mind. The juxtaposition of pictures and words conjure connections and […]
Sketchbook comics of a Scott McCloud lecture at the University of Texas.
Sketches of an Alison Bechdel reading in Cleveland, including an explanation of the process she used to create her graphic novel, FUN HOME.
“Imagine a widely used and expensive prescription drug that promised to make us beautiful but didn’t. Instead the drug had frequent, serious side effects: It induced stupidity, turned everyone into bores, wasted time, and degraded the quality and credibility of communication. These side effects would rightly lead to a worldwide product recall.” —Edward Tufte, “Powerpoint […]