Design: Slideshare Top Presentations of the Day

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Congratulations to two Twitter friends: Orsolya Nemes and Eugene Cheng! Before the end of 2012, they both designed beautiful, engaging slide decks which were both featured on Slideshare as a “Top Presentation of the Day.”  I am so excited to share these two visual presentations with you.

First, we have Orsolya Nemes’s “Generation Y.”

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Next, we have Eugene Cheng’s “Become A Presentation Jedi.”

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I always love connecting with fellow presenters and presentation designers, and Twitter seems to be the best place to network, to share our work, and to support one another.  Congratulations to both Orsolya and Eugene!

Have you seen a great Slideshare “Top Presentation of the Day” so far in 2013?

Slideshare “Top Presentation of the Day”

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While at a late breakfast with my husband, I received a text from my work BFF and fellow superteacher Chiara Ojeda.  While I’m not one to constantly check my phone during delicious meal time with a friend or family member, this text definitely caught my attention:

“Presentation of the day!!!!!!”

I thought she’d, once again, appeared on Slideshare being the visual design superstar she is.  When I texted her to ask what she was talking about, I nearly dropped my fork in my Key West Crepegg

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7 Deadly Sins of Visual Design was featured as one of Slideshare’s “Top Presentations of the Day!”  I was an hour too late to capture the image on the website’s main page as one of the top three, but this will have to suffice:

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Check out the slideshow below:

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This is such an honor, Slideshare!  Thanks so much.