David Sparks shares some of the wisdom he has obtained in his new MacSparky Field Guide, Presentations. As someone who does presentations for a living, David has gained a great deal of information on what makes (or breaks) a great presentation. With a focus on Keynote, David addresses not only the â€œnuts and boltsâ€ of presentation creation, but also the mindset of the presenter and some simple tips that helps set you apart. Sharing some of the book’s content, David tells us what you’ll find there, why he felt it was important to include a huge amount of video, and how you can benefit from Presentations even if you aren’t an iBooks user.
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David Sparks is a trial attorney who finally came out of the closet and admitted he was a nerd several years ago. David publishes MacSparky.com and is the co-host of the Mac Power Users podcast. David also writes occasionally for Macworld and has authored a total of seven books including, Mac at Work and iPad at Work, 60 Mac Tips, Volume 1 with Brett Terpstra, Paperless, Markdown with Eddie Smith, Email and Presentations.