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Presentation Design for the User Experience

16W MLDP Session 6

David Uejio, Acting Chief Strategy Officer at the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) facilitating his MLDP Session on presentation design. (Photo by Phil Son)

16W MLDP Session 6

Students during the session were given an intellectual framework for their ideas—basically a presentation tool kit. (Photo by Phil Son)

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We live in a world with an overwhelming amount of data, but what does that data mean? David Uejio, Acting Chief Strategy Officer at the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB), facilitated the sixth session of MLDP on presentation design for the user experience.

Uejio shared with students that presenting concepts and ideas in a clear and compelling manner is essential to effective leadership. Impactful storytelling aligns people in a way that little else does.

By use of his own presentation, Uejio showed the group how illuminating data in a way that tells a story the audience can understand is much more powerful than a presentation full of complex numbers. Each and every presentation should be viewed as an opportunity to engage the audience, frame the narrative, and accentuate the story.

By the end of the session, he had provided students with an intellectual framework for their ideas—basically a presentation tool kit.

-Submitted Mary Sieredzinski ’17, MLDP Student Program Assistant

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