Slideshows with bubble font and clip art are a thing of the past. Prezi is the next step in the evolution of presentations, and it’s time to learn how it works.
Tell stories in a new way using Prezi
Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software and storytelling tool for presenting ideas on a virtual display. Unlike PowerPoint or Keynote, Prezi employs a “zooming user interface.” This allows users to zoom in and out of the presentation content and to string together a visual storyboard. It’s the most stimulating type of presentation, yet so simple to construct.
“Prezi is a virtual whiteboard that transforms presentations from monologues into conversations: enabling people to see, understand, and remember ideas.”
Imitating the design of a brainstorming web, Prezi uses one large canvas to help organize thoughts in a dynamic way. It enables the presenter to navigate the media, data and content along a pre-set path within a 2.5D or parallax 3D space. Every click through the presentation should trigger an action or create an emotion. The tool’s interactive nature sparks the human imagination, helps users remember the content better and engages the audience unlike the parallel slides of PowerPoint or Keynote. A Prezi is more than a pretty background; it’s a memorable experience.
Prezi is here to stay
While some of us may be fond users of PowerPoint and Keynote, Prezi is not a passing trend. Humans have exceptional visual and spatial memories, which only adds value to presentation tools like Prezi. In fact, the company announced it topped 40 million users in April, up from 30 million back in October, 2013, and a long way from the 200,000 users it counted in its inaugural year, 2009. So clearly, Prezi is here to stay.
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