Photo credits and other references

Photo credits and other references

Unless otherwise stated all images are likely courtesy of Me. Many of the images were digitally composed and enhanced for the purpose of illustration and explaining presentation visual design. Some images are from unknown sources. Every effort has been made to trace copyright holders. Any inadvertent omissions and errors will be rectified in future editions if made known to the publishers. Image sources include iStockphoto, Shuttlestock, Google images, Keynote template, PowerPoint clip art, Flickr, Supply Chain Asia, and many from my own camera.

Known individuals /objects in this book — Paul Lim, Caroline Lim, Paul W. Bradley, Dr. Robert Yap, Kalind S. Bunnag, Marga Gooren, Peter Chiong, Koh Wee Gek, Ethel Lui on skates, Justin Chew on skates, my daughter’s hand on mouse, my daughter’s hand holding lotus nut, my daughter’s feet with sunglasses on sand, my dog Brownie, quad deck sandwich which I had to eat a couple to get this photo right, green apples, red apples, my bite on the apple, Squirrel from Sentosa, Snail from Sentosa, birds from Sydney, flowers from Singapore Botanic Gardens, strawberries from Korea, trees from Stanford University campus, Dogs are Welcome sign from a shop at Pier39 San Francisco bay, KPE Tunnel, dances from Tampines East Community Centre, No Fishing on Bridge sign at Robertson Quay, direction signs at Empress Place, statue of Sir Stamford Raffles from Empress Place, scene from movie Matrix with me stopping bullets, my furry mouse cover, my hands doing magic, my MacBook, my favorite Tumi backpack, my breakfast at Starbucks East Point Mall Simei, me thinking on my feet, and me having coffee at Percolate Coffee (Bedok North Ave 3) on the last page.

Some content and ideas may have been adapted from reading and other references. These include Carmine Gallo’s The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, Garr Reynolds’ Presentation Zen, Chip and Dan Heath’s Made to Stick, basejumpinghq.com, BaseDreams.com, Wikipedia, Paul Arden’s “Whatever You Think, Think The Opposite” and “It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be”, and others.

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