Branding Design, User Inferface and User Experience Design
73% of the population struggles with a fear of public speaking to a certain degree. Here are some reasons people are afraid of public speaking For users interested in improving their public speaking skills and feel more confident speaking in front of a crowd.
We were working at a co-working space, so there was access to a lot of people from different companies. We conducted free public speaking sessions for people in the co-working, coached by one of the founders (a public speaking coach). The Product Manager and I observed and gathered feedback from the session. Ideate how to digitize public speaking into an app.
The old Presentr logo's graphic was of a person jumping, which does not relate to public speaking. So I was playing around with relatable graphic elements that can symbolize public speaking or the act of presenting.
I was playing around with idea of implementing microphones, podium, and a person talking. Also while keeping in mind if the logo can stand strong and simplic enough to be a sized down icon.
Use this game while you are practicing on your presentation. This mini game will help you adjust your pace, so you are not too fast or slow. Talking too fast, your car will accelerate and hit the car ahead; if you talk too slow your car will hit the car behind you. Keep the green car within the same range as the pace car
If you say a filler word, the screen will fill with water, you have to make sure the water doesn’t go to the red line