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FREE Prezi Template – Hexagons


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Hexagons give us endless options for design and layout! Sometimes referred to as ‘nature’s perfect shape’, the hexagon is ideal for representing structure, connection and links. Using the hexagon in a pattern, can help you organise your message and reinforce the fact that it’s part of something bigger.

To demonstrate how you can use the template, we’ve arranged the hexagons in a ‘circular’ pattern, and aligned text against straight sides, but as we’ve included the shapes individually, you aren’t limited to just one layout. Experiment and adapt the template to suit your presentation. The example, below, shows the graphics in a more linear pattern. The hexagons look great on their own, and don’t need content in every one; duplicate them and have a bigger pattern to ‘hide’ your content and zoom to emphasise your point, or simply use a few to organise your thoughts.

 

 

When designing templates, we always have the 3 Act Speech Structure in mind, to help you create a well organised, structured and memorable presentation. As always, you can use them as you want, and over and over again.

I hope you enjoy this template, along with our others. We are always interested to hear how you have used them!

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Jim Harvey

Jim Harvey

Managing Director at The Message Business
Jim is the MD of The Message Business, a company which helps FTSE 100 companies to sell themselves, and their products better. Speech writer, Prezi trainer and designer, coach and consultant, Jim also finds time to be a proud father and husband.
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