So yes, you can stop and collaborate in Prezi, as we see in #microprezi 8. Take it for a spin: #microprezi 008: Collaborate and see how simple it is to get assistance from a colleague, friend or expert (get in touch).
There’s even an 80’s music video hiding in there somewhere, (and don’t pretend you don’t know the words, if you’re as old as we are!).
For #microprezi 6, we investigate how scale can be effectively used. Starting at the familiar human scale, the Prezi progresses to visually show exactly how things compare, and how scale is relative… How Big is an Apple?
Showing the difference in scale between objects, numbers, people and places can be really powerful when used well. Using scale in your own presentations, helps to show the direct relationships between information. For example; you have a big sales increase to highlight – do this by zooming out to show the new sales number is physically bigger than the previous one.
View and control this Prezi yourself: #microprezi 006: scale, SCALE! You’ll see the visual and emotional effect that portraying scale has, and get an idea of how you may use it in your own presentations.
If you have a BIG presentation coming up and would like some expert assistance showing the important scale of your presentations, then give us a shout.
The same question faced Lucy on the International Sales Team, who represents the Palaces across the globe. Selling their unique benefits, demands a great presenter – with her confidence to deliver key benefits efficiently.
Having so much info to convey to Corporate Clients, PowerPoint’s slide-to-slide-to-zzz setup, means you either show the audience everything — in sequence — relevant or not. Or you have to awkwardly skip through the slides, trying to find the content that’s important to them.
Welcome to episode 5 in our #microprezi series – a small snack of Prezi goodness, consumed in around a minute.
In this episode we take a look at video within your Prezis. Video offers enormous levels of engagement that keeps your audience, umm, engaged! Learn the easy ways to get video into your Prezis with YouTube and also local files. There’s even a time saving Pro Prezi Tip in their for good measure.
We intro #microprezi 4 with a bright yellow golf ball sat atop its tee. This tiny show continues on down the fairway, showing how adding a scene and journey to your Prezi can help keep the audience focused. They’ll also remember more, having travelled along with you. Take a look at the Prezi: #microprezi 004: Aim for audience engagement and see how it works.
It’s easy to add elements to your own Prezis that help take your audience on a journey. Think of something relevant to your presentation, e.g growth – use a plant or tree image and then place your content, travelling up the leaves. This is only 1 simple example, we’d love to hear in the comments, of the scenes you come up with for your presentations.
If you’d like a little help coming up with the perfect scene to help convey your business presentations message, then please get in touch.
For the second Prezi in our #microprezi series; we decided to show how the zoom feature can be best utilised. We show not only how details in your presentation can be highlighted, but also how you can provide spatial context to information, both enhancing the content and the level of immersion.