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Thursday
Jun142012

Live-Sketching a Presentation - Cameron Moll

Yesterday I was pleased to see Cameron Moll pushing boundaries in presentations by using an iPad to present with both pre-sketched and live-sketched images while he speaks.

This is in a way moving sketchnoting directly into the presentation — breaking down ideas and creating them live on stage. Love it!

Cameron writes in his article:

When I took the stage at DIBI 2012, I had an iPad in hand. After sliding to unlock, I opened Paper and began my presentation with this hand-sketched page:

Hello.

As I took the stage, I was hoping to surprise the audience with a new form of presenting, as well as shake things up a little for the speaking industry.

Here's another sample pre-sketched slide:

New ideas.

A sample of slides Cameron crafted on stage:

Math.
Grit.

Cameron, I love this idea and hope to see more people giving live sketching a try.

Go read Cameron's full post and check out his Flickr stream.

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