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Sunday, November 06, 2005

The Lessig Method Of Presentation

The "Lessig Method" of presentation is not an official method per se, but many people who know about the work of Stanford law professor, Lawrence Lessig, have been inspired by his presentation style and informally refer to his approach as something unique indeed. David Hornik sees Lessig's presentation as a fantastic combination of content, art and brand. Dick Hardts presentation on Identity 2.0 is modelled on Lessig's style - an impressive style of presentation indeed.
Few things about the style adapted from comments in the note:
- Simplicity & sophistication ought to characterize the slide content
- Emphasis needs to be on readability as against background artistries.
- Built in punchlines for good communication across, emphasis on ideas
- Pause/ altered pace in the presentations throughtout between continual flow of image, words and animations.
- More preparation time – that includes unlearning conventional approaches, assessing and reassessing multiple type of options and constant evolution all these matter.

Consultants/ Entrepreneurs should start by watching at a Lessig presentation before creating the slides. The thing is note is the way emphasis is on a point as against a whole argument, giving flexibility to the presenter to hold/extend on points for discussions. The slides are take off points for ideas/discussions and not a repository of all points.

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