BRK1102: Interactive Storytelling with Office: Revolutionizing How Users Visualize and Share Information

[Speaker: Ari Schorr, David Alexander, Michael Pamphlet] We all have stories to tell, both personal and professional. As the amount of information grows, so does our need to easily capture, collect, organize, visualize, and share it. Learn how Office and Office 365 provide end-to-end ways to communicate your ideas in innovative, compelling, cloud-first and mobile-first ways. Products covered include Office Sway, Office Lens, OneNote, Excel, Power BI for Office 365, and Office.

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BRK1102: Interactive Storytelling with Office: Revolutionizing How Users Visualize and Share Information

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[Speaker: Ari Schorr, David Alexander, Michael Pamphlet] We all have stories to tell, both personal and professional. As the amount of information grows, so does our need to easily capture, collect, organize, visualize, and share it. Learn how Office and Office 365 provide end-to-end ways to communicate your ideas in innovative, compelling, cloud-first and mobile-first ways. Products covered include Office Sway, Office Lens, OneNote, Excel, Power BI for Office 365, and Office.
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  1. Interactive Storytelling with Office:Revolutionizing How Users Visualize and Share Information

    Slide 1 - Interactive Storytelling with Office:Revolutionizing How Users Visualize and Share Information

    • David Alexander
    • Sway Product Manager
    • Microsoft
    • @MSFTDavid
    • Ari Schorr
    • OneNote Product Manager
    • Microsoft
    • @arbar13
    • Michael Pamphlet
    • Excel Product Manager
    • Microsoft
    • @MSFTMPamphlet
    • BRK1102
  2. We all have stories to tell.

    Slide 2 - We all have stories to tell.

  3. Interactive Storytelling with Office:Revolutionizing How Users Visualize and Share Information

    Slide 3 - Interactive Storytelling with Office:Revolutionizing How Users Visualize and Share Information

    • David Alexander
    • Sway Product Manager
    • Microsoft
    • @MSFTDavid
    • Ari Schorr
    • OneNote Product Manager
    • Microsoft
    • @arbar13
    • Michael Pamphlet
    • Excel Product Manager
    • Microsoft
    • @MSFTMPamphlet
    • BRK1102
  4. We all have stories to tell.

    Slide 4 - We all have stories to tell.

  5. What is storytelling?

    Slide 5 - What is storytelling?

    • Document your travels
    • Report on Business
    • Present your “Big Idea”
    • Create a History lesson for class
  6. Slide 6

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  7. Storytelling workflow

    Slide 7 - Storytelling workflow

    • Capture & Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share
    • & Present
  8. Scenario: Go-to-Market plan for a tech business

    Slide 8 - Scenario: Go-to-Market plan for a tech business

    • Raw ideasMarket insightsRaw dataProcess diagrams
    • Notes
    • Data
    • Research
    • Charts/graphs
    • GTM Report itself
    • Training content
    • GTM Report
    • Resources
    • Social networks
    • Email, etc.
    • *Ask questions along the way by product covered in our OneNote Notebook: http://aka.ms/IgniteStorytellingOneNote
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  9. Scenario: Go-to-Market plan for a tech business

    Slide 9 - Scenario: Go-to-Market plan for a tech business

    • Raw ideasMarket insightsRaw dataProcess diagrams
    • Notes
    • Data
    • Research
    • Charts/graphs
    • GTM Report itself
    • Training content
    • GTM Report
    • Resources
    • Social networks
    • Email, etc.
    • *Ask questions along the way by product covered in our OneNote Notebook: http://aka.ms/IgniteStorytellingOneNote
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  10. Capture & Collect

    Slide 10 - Capture & Collect

    • …from the world
    • Analog world (paper, scenery, locations, signs, context, etc.)
    • Sketches/visual ideas to jot down
    • Digital world (web)
    • Tables from the web or via online search
    • …from your own data sources
    • Excel data already in a file or raw databases (SQL server, etc.)
    • Email
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  11. Capture & Collect

    Slide 11 - Capture & Collect

    • …from the world
    • Analog world (paper, scenery, locations, signs, context, etc.)
    • Sketches/visual ideas to jot down
    • Digital world (web)
    • Tables from the web or via online search
    • …from your own data sources
    • Excel data already in a file or raw databases (SQL server, etc.)
    • Email
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  12. Capture & Collect

    Slide 12 - Capture & Collect

    • …from the world
    • Analog world (paper, scenery, locations, signs, context, etc.)
    • Sketches/visual ideas to jot down
    • Digital world (web)
    • Tables from the web or via online search
    • …from your own data sources
    • Excel data already in a file or raw databases (SQL server, etc.)
    • Email
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  13. Organize

    Slide 13 - Organize

    • For analysis
    • Connecting between different data sets
    • Summarizing, grouping and slicing data
    • For personal recall
    • Structural organization
    • Search and discovery
    • For optimal delivery
    • Multimedia variety
    • Structure, sequence, relationships
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  14. Organize

    Slide 14 - Organize

    • For analysis
    • Connecting between different data sets
    • Summarizing, grouping and slicing data
    • For personal recall
    • Structural organization
    • Search and discovery
    • For optimal delivery
    • Multimedia variety
    • Structure, sequence, relationships
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  15. Organize

    Slide 15 - Organize

    • For analysis
    • Connecting between different data sets
    • Summarizing, grouping and slicing data
    • For personal recall
    • Structural organization
    • Search and discovery
    • For optimal delivery
    • Multimedia variety
    • Structure, sequence, relationships
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  16. Organize

    Slide 16 - Organize

    • For analysis
    • Connecting between different data sets
    • Summarizing, grouping and slicing data
    • For personal recall
    • Structural organization
    • Search and discovery
    • For optimal delivery
    • Multimedia variety
    • Structure, sequence, relationships
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  17. Organize

    Slide 17 - Organize

    • For analysis
    • Connecting between different data sets
    • Summarizing, grouping and slicing data
    • For personal recall
    • Structural organization
    • Search and discovery
    • For optimal delivery
    • Multimedia variety
    • Structure, sequence, relationships
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  18. Visualize

    Slide 18 - Visualize

    • With machine assistance
    • Machine learning and application
    • With compelling design
    • Charts and graph creation
    • Innovative visualizations, including 3-D data exploration
    • With interactivity
    • Dynamic views/layouts/options for your data report (e.g. mapping)
    • Living, breathing data and content (e.g. data, social posts)
    • With interactive playback
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  19. Visualize

    Slide 19 - Visualize

    • With machine assistance
    • Machine learning and application
    • With compelling design
    • Charts and graph creation
    • Innovative visualizations, including 3-D data exploration
    • With interactivity
    • Dynamic views/layouts/options for your data report (e.g. mapping)
    • Living, breathing data and content (e.g. data, social posts)
    • With interactive playback
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  20. Visualize

    Slide 20 - Visualize

    • With machine assistance
    • Machine learning and application
    • With compelling design
    • Charts and graph creation
    • Innovative visualizations, including 3-D data exploration
    • With interactivity
    • Dynamic views/layouts/options for your data report (e.g. mapping)
    • Living, breathing data and content (e.g. data, social posts)
    • With interactive playback
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  21. Share & Present

    Slide 21 - Share & Present

    • To collaborators
    • Sharing
    • Co-editing and coauthoring
    • To an audience
    • Self-service consumption
    • In-person presentation
    • To followers and the world
    • In a portal
    • In a Social media
    • Blogs/websites
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  22. Share & Present

    Slide 22 - Share & Present

    • To collaborators
    • Sharing
    • Co-editing and coauthoring
    • To an audience
    • Self-service consumption
    • In-person presentation
    • To followers and the world
    • In a portal
    • In a Social media
    • Blogs/websites
    • Capture &
    • Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share &
    • Present
  23. Slide 23

    • Storytelling workflow
    • Capture & Collect
    • Organize
    • Visualize
    • Share & Present
  24. Storytelling workflow

    Slide 24 - Storytelling workflow

    • Takeaway Sway:
    • http://aka.ms/StorytellingIgnite2015
    • OneNote Notebook: http://aka.ms/IgniteStorytellingOneNote