Podcasts are gaining incredible popularity given the scale of streams and downloads soaring by the minute. It’s not surprising why: they’re easy to access and are a fantastic content resource.
From fascinating fictional storytelling to a dive into everyday educational subjects of interest, they’re a great way to break out of those monotonous commutes or enliven the long walks!
This week I’m really pleased to be sharing my latest thoughts on Presentation Design Trends _?_ how this has evolved and why storytelling and visual thinking are paramount for effective communication. I hope it stirs your imagination and tickles your creative prowess!
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If you are looking for some further inspiration, the below are the best podcasts I’ve found for 2016:
Serial is a podcast from the creators of This American Life, hosted by Sarah Koenig. Serial tells one story_??a true story_??over the course of a season.
Radiolab is a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy and human experience.
Recorded live at the Giant Dwarf Theatre in Redfern, each episode is recorded in front of a live theatre audience. The podcast really captures stories in the way they’re supposed to be heard.
Invisibilia (Latin for invisible things) is about the invisible forces that control human behaviour. Invisibilia interweaves narrative storytelling with scientific research that will make you see your life differently.
Reckoner is an Australian technology podcast from James Croft and Peter Wells. A deep-dive into some of the ways all this crazy new tech is affecting our culture. Our inability to leave our phones alone.
SoundCloud is the world’s leading social sound platform where anyone can create sounds and share them everywhere.
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Emma Bannister; A presentation expert and Telstra Business Women Award 2015 finalist, Emma is passionate about changing presentation culture. With over two decades of Visual Design experience, and ten years as founder and CEO at www.presentationstudio.com, Bannister’s view is radically different.