A walk through the Adler*
The use of three segments or divisions can be used to construct a presentation, write the speech or develop visuals. Artists and architects have used “3” for centuries. It’s simple, keeps us focused; more importantly, our audience focused.
Note the three parts of this stalwart advise for speech:
- Tell ’em what you’re going to tell ’em.
- Tell ’em.
- Tell ’em what you told ’em.
|Patterns of Ancient World Coloring Book|
Three most recent projects on my desk:
- Book by illustrator and writer, a family legacy story. Limited edition, printed.
- Expanded version of my husband’s first book Saigon Shuffle, which we self-published almost ten years ago. Projected release end of September.
- Coloring book for grown ups, I self-published a Patterns of the Ancient World coloring book, available via Amazon.
- Slideshare is now part of LinkedIn. Post slideshows, PDFs directly to your LinkedIn profile; great for entrepreneur and business profiles.
- Canva: online and tablet platform to to create visuals online; tap into library of free and paid assets.
- Adobe Slate new free iPad app to create visual stories quickly; might be a new method to present to clients or blog. entries.
Designer & Publisher
social media: @joannsondy