Published on November 10, 2014
Did you know PowerPoint isn't the only presentation software out there?
While it's the most commonly used and well-known platform, there are other tools that allow you to create beautiful presentations.
Learn about these tools and their unique strengths that will help you cater to your audience and become a Master Presenter.
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5. We hear things like “Death By Powerpoint” and any people think it’s the program’sIfault. We don’t.
6. We love PowerPoint, but as a company that helps presenters stand out, we sometimes need to consider other options. ,7 / //mt/ .
7. Originally built for one user: Steve Jobs. Created specifically to cater to Jobs’ well—known and very particular sense of design.
8. design experience. E m L E W T m I W Design. It has a clean interface with minimalistic options great for amateur presenters with no
9. Not #1. It's not the most popular, so a lot of the fonts, textures, transitions and animations haven't been overused.
10. Transition. Someone who understands PowerPoint can easily understand the basics of Keynote.
11. Compatibility. Keynote is made only for Mac OSX, so it's not fully functional when converted to PowerPoint.
12. . . :“'. K, T’ ' i‘ I, 5 Think of Prezi like a R non-linear canvas platform that allows you to guide the I audience through your information. '
13. Prezi was designed to help the audience connect with your information and I your overall presentation aesthetic. ‘: -
14. WHAT WE LIKE Create. Prezi’s a digital mind map that illustrates relationships between information to show how everything flows together rather than individually.
15. Zoom. The zoom feature lets you walk your audience through a story based on how your brain organized the information.
16. Cloud. As a cloud—based program , you can create, resentation from save, edit and share your p any computer at any‘ location.
17. It isn't PowerPoint and it's not trying to be. Prezi dfferentiates itself by offering unique ways to deliver information without the animations, transitions and fonts you may be used to. I
18. '1. , 'r. I‘ ‘E » eialiii '3 Too much zoom. Zooming too much in a Prezi is busy, distracting, complex, and may induce dizziness.
19. Learning curve. Prezi is a very different type of presentation platform, so it takes some time getting used to.
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21. Illll-HIT Illll. -'1 l. IIlI'-. '.' Linking the world. Projeqt enables real-time social updates, connecting you to the world and the audience, while adding an entirely new dimension to presentations.
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23. v/ // / , ﬂx / / . /44 _ C There are a lot of platforms and tools out there ‘great presentation , but presenters will still use them incorrectly. However, with more dptions, presenters can choose what works best for them, their audience and their style.
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