Presentations

A collection of creative and useful PowerPoint presentations / Apple Keynote decks for your inspiration.

How to Deliver a Great Presentation Like Steve Jobs

If you like to learn some of the techniques and styles that make Steve Jobs such a great presenter, watch these excellent videos and slides by Carmine Gallo, author of 'The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs.'

The World’s Best Presentations

SlideShare has announced the results for the World's Best Presentation contest and here are the top three decks as decided by the jurors which included Guy Kawasaki, David Armano and Carmine Gallo who authored the Steve Jobs book.

How To Get Your Facebook Account Disabled

In his presentation titled “How To Get Your Facebook Account Disabled,” Massimo Burgio shares some common mistakes that may get your Facebook account banned for life.

YQL Code Examples

YQL, short for Yahoo! Query Language, turns the web into an SQL like database. That means you can fetch web pages, navigate search results, call APIs, and more using SQL like SELECT commands.

Native Mobile Apps vs Web Apps

In this interesting presentation, Ronan argues the pros and cons of native mobile apps (that are platform specific) vs standard web apps that run inside the browser.

How to Design Great Looking Slides

“This presentation isn’t about public speaking skills, it’s about designing great looking slides that will knock the socks off your audience and most importantly move and inspire people to action.” Jesse shares some really nice tips that will help you design stunning slides right from choosing photos to color schemes to fonts for your presentation.

A Sample SlideRocket Presentation

The above presentation was created using SlideRocket, an impressive cloud-based presentation software that works totally in the browser.

Master Google Analytics

The following presentations by Sarah Blake will walk you through some of the key features of Google Analytics including reports /metrics that you really need to focus upon while analyzing data.

The Best HTML5 Presentations To Help You Get Started

HTML5 is next revision of HTML and is already support in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and even IE (if you use Chrome Frame). Here's a list of presentations, videos and web articles to help you get started with HTML 5.

Interesting Facts About the Internet and Social Web

For some interesting facts about the internet, the state of advertising and how people are leveraging the power of social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, check this new video from popular Did You Know series of Shift Happens.