We’ve seen a decade of fabulous stories, infographics, animations, and ideas. We highlighted these presentations together as the most Dramastic Presentations of the Decade – the best presentations with the most dramatic, fantastic, even drastic visual stories. Click to view the presentation. You voted for the best one, here are the results!
Presentations included “Enchantment”, “An Inconvenient Truth”, “Parisian Love”, and “The Girl Effect”.
First, we created a presentation that included a multiple choice form at the end, where viewers voted for the best presentation:
Adding a multiple choice form to a slide, so that we could tally votes for the best presentation.
We shared the presentation on twitter, collecting viewing duration and form responses in SlideRocket analytics:
Presentation analytics overview, including who viewed the presentation and how long they spent viewing it.
We clicked on “View Duration” to see which slide captured your attention the longest. Guy Kawasaki’s “Enchantment” presentation held your attention more than any other – an average of 2 minutes and 32 seconds.
How long each slide was viewed. Viewers delighted in the slide about “Enchantment”.
And finally, we clicked on “Forms and Polls” to see which presentation received the most votes:
Form analytics, detailing which presentation received the most votes.
It was close one! Congratulations to “The Girl Effect” for receiving the most votes! “Enchantment” was one vote behind along with runners up “Parisian Love” and “An Inconvenient Truth”.
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