Pecha Kucha is a presentation format that started in Tokyo in 2003. I mention "format" because Pecha Kucha centers on form instead of content. There are actually no restrictions on the type of content that can be presented using the Pecha Kucha format. A Pecha Kucha presentation consists of a slide show of 20 images, each of which is shown for exactly 20 seconds - giving a total presentation time of 6 minutes 40 seconds. The task for the presenter is to tell a coherent story at a pace that coincides with the automatic advancement of the slides. According to Wikipedia, the name derives from a Japanese term for the sound of conversation ("chit-chat").
Senior Strategic Designer, Douglas Look, shares his insights and insights from others on user-centered design using the Pecha Kucha format. Check out his video:
Autodesk Labs is all about user feedback. Hence it is no accident that our work is based on user-centered design.