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One Button Studio

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Find Inspiration

Find Inspiration

Leaders in the public speaking field can help you explore succinct and powerful presenting via TED talks and YouTube channels.

Presentation Software

If you are planning to use a presentation in your video, consider some of these popular presentation software options.

Emaze            

Get inspired with Emaze

Haiku Deck Guides, FAQ, & Support
Google Slides              Get started with Slides Lynda.com Online Training Library
Keynote Keynote Support Lynda.com Online Training Library
Powerpoint Quick Start Guide Lynda.com Online Training Library
Prezi Learn & Support Lynda.com Online Training Library
Slides Slides Help
Pro Tip: Presentations with a dark background and large white font are easiest to see. 

Gather Presentation Resources & Props

  • Before you arrive for your reservation, make sure to gather any resources and props you need
  • Once in the studio, arrange the resources and props as needed for your presentation
 Pro tip: Do not forget to dress appropriately! Your wardrobe must be both context appropriate and camera ready.