At the World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) this week, Apple unveiled some pretty cool things: upcoming versions of its operating systems for mobile devices (iOS 7) and desktop computers (MacOS X “Mavericks”) as well as the next generation of its professional desktop computer, the Mac Pro.
Preceding all the news and announcements, though, was a nifty little video that explained Apple’s design philosophy:
If you design and deliver presentations regularly, the tie-ins should be obvious:
- People remember what they feel
- Doing something great means saying “no” to a lot of “good” things
- Focus your presentation on one key idea
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