Circles work well as visuals in many ways. This goes for in Prezi too! When using circles in Prezi, be wary of using circular frames, as they cut down the amount of available presentation space, and limit how you can display your content. For more detail on the circular frame question, read our blog post Should you use circular frames in Prezi? We all recommend using rectangular frames.
Tip: Experiment with where you position your frames on the graphic. Sometimes it’s good to focus right in on your content and not see any of the surrounding image, or distractions; other times it can really work to see where the content is sitting and it’s relationship to it’s neighbouring visuals.
I usually suggest moving around your Prezi with as little distance between pans and zooms as possible. This prevents the dizzying effect that Prezi can have, and helps your audience stay with the message and not become confused. The proximity of the sections in this graphic, means that you have options for your movement. You can travel around the image, visiting each section in turn, or move diagonally across the segments to highlight links and relationships within the sections.
For more support on planning, designing and presenting with Prezi, read our FREE Prezi for Professionals eBook. The eBook takes you through a step-by-step guide, with easy to use chapters and many links and working examples.
When designing templates, we always have the 3 Act Speech Structure in mind, to help you create a well organised, structured and memorable presentation. We design our Prezi Templates with flexibility as a priority, and as always, you can use them as you want, and again and again.
I hope you enjoy this template, along with our others. We are always interested to hear how you have used them!