Friday, September 27, 2013

Chp 468. Master of PPT




These past few months, I’ve been making a lot of PowerPoint presentations… around 40% were on gaming industry and statistics research, another 40% on business plan proposals and remaining 20% on new gaming concepts. The sad part is, all 100% of them will not be published online because of their “For Eyes Only” nature. Yeah, they’re all those secret hush hush corporate’ish stuff.

And then I realized, I have also roughly made a couple of PPTs, mostly for my dear friend Rini who blogs at mizogurl. We spoke the other day and I asked her if it was alright for me to upload those PPTs on my slideshare account, mainly to keep my slideshare account active, and also be a part of the internet community that contributes so that one fine day, one person looking for that exact info may find it and be happy :) She was ok with it.

And so, here are some of the PPTs I have uploaded to my slideshare account today, in case it is something you’re interested in reading.

(Ps. In case some of you are new to embedded Slideshare PPTs, it works the same way as embedded YouTube videos. You can simply view the slides by clicking the "play" button, and you can enlarge the PPT by clicking on the “maximize” button on the slide if you think the texts are too small. Also, slideshare is not very mobile-friendly, so the size alignment you see on your phone may not exactly be proper.)


This first slide is an “in absentia” presentation I was invited to present at the UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Narrativizing Cultures of the North East” in Mizoram. My part was a very very tiny part of that seminar, about the “representation of North Eastern culture in the cyber space” part where I was asked to talk about what I have done for the North Eastern community in the digital space, especially when it comes to blogging.




This next one is a very simple PPT I designed for Rini. This is special to me because it’s the first PPT I’ve designed in Mizo! Just to be clear, all the content came from Rini, all I did was the UI/UX (User Interface/User Experience) layout design. The PPT is about “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, translated in Mizo, about the moral of the story and it’s implication in modern society. She presented this at the local KTP (Christian Youth Group) function back in Mizoram, and they apparently loved it (Too bad slideshare doesn’t have a “Mizo” option in their language selection, so I just listed it under “all languages”).




And then here is a quick presentation I made for her, about a comparative analysis she did between Folktale and Novel forms of Storytelling when she was doing her Refresher’s Course at Mumbai University. I learnt a lot from this PPT :)

 



And finally, here’s the last PPT I made for Rini, this one is serious. This is her introductory presentation to her research she presented before a panel of judges. Turns out, they really liked it. Wishing her all the best :)




And so, that was it. Hoping to stay clear of any PPTs for the next few days, lolz. Cheers.
Hope my presentations weren't boring... :P



3 comments:

Nunpuia Chhakchhuak said...

at first i was like "pffft, what a loser,first ppt in Mizo" and then i was like "wait, i haven't made any in mizo!!" :|

Rini Tochhawng said...

Siam thiam :-)

chewbie said...

What a lucky girl she is! Can you make some PPTs for me too? :P