Justin Kahn discusses how to use tools of visual presentation to simplify and persuade.
- What’s the difference between a law student and a lawyer?
- Roger Dodd, Larry Pozner, and neuroscience.
- An introduction to multimedia learning and the principles of cognitive load.
- Presentation Zen: Steve Jobs or Bill Gates?
- Visual Tools: Easy as P.I.E.
- What can trial lawyers learn from magicians?
- When and how to think about visual images for your case.
- Preparation: Thinking to the end, managing bad facts.
- Using graphics: Some of Justin’s examples and guiding principles.
- Justin’s preferred tools for visual preparation and presentation.
Cross Examination, Science and Techniques, Roger Dodd & Larry Pozner
Multimedia Learning, Richard E. Mayer
Learning and Instruction, Richard E. Mayer
The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning, edited by Richard E. Mayer
Presentation Zen, Garr Reynolds
Slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations, Nancy Duarte
The Books of Wonder, Tommy Wonder
Infographics Designers’ Sketchbooks, Steven Heller and Rick Landers