Principal of Duarte Design since 1990, Nancy Duarte passionately pursues the presentation development and design niche. One of the largest design firms in Silicon Valley and listed as a top woman-owned business in the area, Duarte Design is one of the few agencies in the world focused solely on presentations, whether they are delivered in person, online or via mobile device. Nancy's twenty years of experience working with global companies and thought leaders has influenced the perception of some of the world's most valuable brands and many of humanity's common causes.
Informative and helpful for creating dynamic visual slides to support presentationPublished 14 days ago by Shanon
One of the Best Book on Presentation. I really appreciate the time & energy devoted by Nancy for penning down such a wonderful gem. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Abhishek Raja
Most of it is common sense…no ground-breaking information really provided. In my opinion.Published 1 month ago by cjh
The formatting makes it hard to read the bood on a tablet. It is not designed with that in mind.Published 2 months ago by Ashlynn Green
Nancy Duarte has a lot to teach us mortals in the presentation world. All of the techniques that I learned from the Slideology book I immediately started using it on my consulting... Read morePublished 2 months ago by lulu
I was very disappointed in the formatting of the book. The book is not designed to be user friendly, but set up like a college text book.Published 3 months ago by healthyliving
I wanted to like this book but I can't read it - the text is too small. .
That's too bad because one of MY rules of presentations is BIG TEXT so the person in the back of the... Read more
Loved this book. It's valuable for even seasoned presenters. Even if you've done hundreds or thousands of presentations, there are great insights and a ton of valuable resources.Published 4 months ago by Jim Wharton
Presentations secrets of Steve Jobs a better book on the subject. Still, nancy offers' some good suggestions but for the money, go with Jobs. This is a watered down version.Published 4 months ago by Randall R. Broad