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  • I'll go bring my coffee and come back, I'm back hello guys and welcome back to

  • Aseel by sketchbook! do you remember that project of yours that you felt that

  • you worked on really really hard but by the end of the day people didn't receive

  • it well let me tell you why they might have not liked it

  • although you have put a lot of effort in it so what you've seen a few moments ago

  • is a transformation and it's a very simple transformation but it's such an

  • important transformation because we have the same elements the same components

  • the same pillows same sofa same everything we just arranged it

  • differently that was our example to tell you how it

  • feels like to look at the presentation of interior design or not interior

  • design any presentation in general arrange the components arrange the

  • elements and make them look nice so in this particular video that's gonna be

  • talking about presentation skills I'm not gonna be talking about content I

  • might talk about content a little bit let me talk about aesthetics when it

  • comes to presentation hi guys yes I'm inside of my screen and I'll be taking

  • you with me right about now while taking myself out because we both can't be

  • there obviously okay you guys well now we'll move inside of my computer and

  • I'll show you a presentation that I've already done for one of my projects as

  • you can see in our title slide first slide that you see you have a title and

  • a subtitle you want to know what the project is specialty if you have for

  • example a big residential villa let's say and you're breaking down the project

  • on like a smaller room so what you want to do is like title their name of the

  • project and then you want to talk about the part that you're working on so for

  • example I'm showing one of the living rooms in one of the projects that I did

  • let's talk about font I am NOT a graphic designer

  • but I do appreciate a good font and one of my graphic designers friends , she was the

  • one introducing me to Gotham it's one of the most beautiful fonts and I find it

  • go really well with a cursive font to the one that I'm using is I am

  • fashionista be linking both down below so check them

  • if you want to know how to install font on your computer you can find a tutorial

  • on youtube or you can check the tutorials that I posted down below as

  • well so as you can see if you mix between both of them you'll create some

  • dynamic image and at the same time it goes really well with the whole theme of

  • the background image one thing about the background image is can have it as

  • simple as you want you can have no background at all but for the sake of

  • this video I wanted something that is delicate I found this awesome on

  • unsplash I'll be linking it down below notice how my typography is setting

  • right on to this image of paper so this is the theme that I'm going for

  • something more handmade you know it could be in no background at all

  • format background let's say it's a gradient it could be a gradient color

  • could be solid fill whatever it is that you're looking for but for the sake of

  • this video this is what I'm keeping my next slide is a very very important

  • slide, this slide is all about content you want to set expectations for your

  • audience so you want them to understand what your gonna show them next keep it

  • minimal never use too many words nobody who likes to read anything on PowerPoint

  • you only want to see words key words something that's sharp and to the point

  • our content here is more boards, space planning a furniture board and budget let's say

  • this is like a kind of a second meeting and you want to show the client what you

  • have so far so by the way this is a real project and I just like edited few

  • things just to keep everything together for this video as well as you can see is

  • that I connected the two fonts so your font on the first slide is the exact

  • same font on the next slide the exact same font on the third slide fourth keep

  • it cohesive this is what I'm doing here and this is not what I always do it

  • depends on the project you have to create your own style for presentations

  • it will help with building your brand because people will associate you with

  • those things you know what I mean for example if you go like neon

  • colors and but a lot of bold colors that will identify your brand this is your

  • personal brand and your more likely to attract clients that have the

  • same style and there's a lot of like people who like different things so it

  • will all work out for you and for them because they'll hire a great designer

  • now that you've set your expectations if you move to the next slide I have

  • made a mood board this was actually in Arabic and I've

  • translated it just now and made it in English because my client preferred to read

  • Arabic that rather than English as you can see there's not much text to read

  • anyway it's just keywords that I want to

  • represent the design and what kind of style are we going for this was a

  • Majlis, which was like a living room let's just keep it as a living room

  • and this living room was like very powdery it was very pastel-ish

  • and it was like it had a hint of glam because it was for females of our color

  • scheme here we have our main picture or main picture is this picture and we gave

  • it a big proportion of the page or off the slide because what you need to do is

  • you need to differentiate between what kind of things are you going for

  • especially if you're doing a mood board you want to give the right

  • message like this is what the style that I'm going for just how everything is

  • fitting within a rectangle however thing some elements are getting outside of the

  • rectangles this will give you some visual interest will give you something

  • to look at and it will keep it away from being boring to the eye so i really

  • suggest you do that if you want to know how to do this on powerpoint i will link

  • down below and probably here somewhere here or here i will link my mood board

  • tutorial using powerpoint so that if you watch that i think you're set for how to

  • make a mood board like this so i'm just going to be talking about the structure

  • everything works within a grid and if something is taking more than two

  • squares this is your main image this is your rule of thumb so I'll be sketching

  • this right now one of the things that I found right now is this message it's on

  • my notebook I think it was an accident that

  • have gotten into in the parking lot because all of my accidents are in the

  • parking I'm really bad at parking you guys it's ridiculous this as you can see

  • is a grid and what you want to do is you want to think of your slide as a grid so

  • if we say that this is our grid as you can see they're squares so you

  • want to leave the same amount of squares between of this slide is the same you

  • want the spacing to always remain the same so if it's one square it's one

  • square and as you can see right now if I'm trying to move an element it will

  • show those arrows and it will show you how much of the spacing that you have

  • and how much you left which is right now it's pretty ideal if we go ahead and

  • we go to the next slide this is also another technique I have a little plan

  • here as you can see this is our plan and I've made this in like five minutes so

  • I'm very sorry for that because I didn't color my previous plan so if you look at

  • the plan we have a few a sketch here that I sketched myself we have this

  • sketch of the same area that's shown in the plan and then we have a little bit

  • of like notes again I'm trying to keep the same manual style that is like going

  • through the pages the clips and the paper clips and the notes so these notes

  • right here I downloaded from a website that I'll also be linking down below and

  • I connected it with a mood board using the color scheme if you go back to the

  • previous slide you can see that the color scheme is here so if you go down

  • the color scheme is still here so you show how it's connected to the space

  • spawning and then you can see like the full room in 3d with the sketching

  • especially if you are in the initial stages of design so you have sketches

  • it's nice to show them you can just put them right by to fill the page and at

  • the same time to make a better understanding for the client on what's

  • going on within the space because as designers we're trained to see things

  • from the top view for our clients or maybe audience it will it's going to be

  • different to differ on who you're presenting to have a white background it

  • starts to have your elements centered so everything is

  • it's nice equal margin our next slide is furniture choices this is where it gets

  • tricky it's really really hard to make

  • furniture mood board or a furniture choices board because you're most likely

  • to have all of the furniture either within a white box or like I did I

  • removed the background of all of them but I like to do is I like to gather

  • things and go within the room nearby each other together so we have an

  • armchair here and we have our sofa as you can see we have an armchair and sofa

  • near by each other so putting them together you can show that connection to

  • the client as you can see what you add you don't only add the furniture you

  • have to add some kind of accessories just to spice things up you want to

  • connect everything for your clients so you want to show them how things are

  • working together so as you can see I have the wallpaper as a background

  • because in reality it will be like that it will be as a background and I have

  • the paint code here because I want it to balance out things and because this is a

  • completely separate wall for me if we go to the last slide it's the budget and

  • the furniture locations and this is assuming that we made our Pinterest

  • board where we actually pinned all of the furniture that we chose and how our

  • design so for me this is this is a real this is a real budget and it's a real life

  • furniture location so if you're looking for one of those furniture pieces this

  • is where you can find it it's up to you how you do this but what I do is I go to

  • excel and I usually I do it with Excel and then I copy it and put it on my

  • presentation as a PowerPoint I'll make sure to adjust the colors of it I'll

  • adjust the colors to be a part of the design here's the thing this was one of

  • many examples that you can actually go for you need to stay true to your style

  • if you don't know your style yet that's okay it will take a while for you to

  • actually develop an identity or our brand for yourself where you know

  • exactly how you're gonna be designing and what are your go-to's you might go for

  • a very minimalistic approach and that's okay and you might also go for

  • think that's extremely bold and that is that has a lot of colors and neons and a

  • lot of lights that's also okay because by the end of the day there's a lot of

  • type of clients in the world there's a lot of different type of projects

  • there's a lot of different things that you can do and it's okay to stick to a

  • style or to differ from one time to another depending on your client and

  • depending on your audience and depending on your personal style so if you stick

  • to a style the advantage is that you will have a reputation in the market

  • that this is the style that this person does which is something that you want to

  • achieve because it's about building your personal brand as is for example if

  • you're more into bold colors you will attract more commercial places which is

  • like retail and something that is bold hotels sometimes would like something

  • that's bold so stick to your style just be true to it and find your own way of

  • presentation because if you do that I guarantee you you'll have a lot of

  • success and you have a lot of people actually asking for you to do their

  • design I think we covered all of the points that we needed to talk about

  • thank you so much guys if you're still here thank you a lot it matters to me

  • and I really appreciate it and I'm so so glad to be doing this let me know down

  • below if you have any questions at all I will be more than happy to help please

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  • it and share it with your friends and their designers too or they if they have

  • a presentation tomorrow who knows have a great time of the day wherever you are

  • in the world and give you a high five because we finished ten videos yeah

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