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    Samples of various Powerpoint presentations. These presentations are all designed in a highly-graphical and illustrative style and were made to m… Read More
    Samples of various Powerpoint presentations. These presentations are all designed in a highly-graphical and illustrative style and were made to minimize text usage. The goal of the Powerpoint project is to be a visual aid and not a transcript. Read Less
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Town of Cicero Municipal Complex
Powerpoint Presentatioin, zpd+a architects
Various frames selected from a powerpoint presentation submitted to the Town of Cicero, IL Town Board and Town President Larry Dominick in August of 2006.  The powerpoint was used as a visual aid to help illustrate the plan and design developed for the new Town of Cicero Municipal Complex by zpd+a architects.

Created and presented by Jordan Ziolkowski, 2006.
Nurture vs. Nature
Social Science 201, Truman College
The following frames are selected from a powerpoint presentation submitted as a requirement for Social Science 201 at Harold S. Truman College.  The concept of the presentation was an examination of the roles of Nature and Nurture in the development of criminal behavior.  The presentation was designed to be a visual aid for an academic research project.  All content in the presentation was strictly illustrative, relying as little as possible on text to tell a story so that the speakers could present the subject without relying on the powerpoint to deliver their message verbatim.  Content was also designed to have a cartoonish quality to help accent the light-hearted nature of the speakers presentational style, contrasting the grim and academicly dry nature of the subject matter in order to keep the attention of a room full of college students.

Created and presented by Jordan Ziolkowski, 2007.
Play
The Role of Play in Child Development

Psychology 207, Truman College
The following frames are selected from a powerpoint presentation submitted as a requirement for Psychology 207, a developmental psychology class at Harold S. Truman College.  The concept of the presentation was an examination of the role of play activities in childrens' development of physical and motor skills.  Once again, the content in the presentation was meant to be strictly illustrative, relying as little as possible on text and as much as possible on descriptive imagery.  Content was again designed to have a cartoonish quality to help accent the light-hearted nature of the speakers presentational style, as well as to coincide with the theme of childhood and play.

Created and presented by Jordan Ziolkowski, 2010.