In our Prezi Template for June, we’ve used the template to share our blog post How to Structure a Speech. As you can see, we’ve stayed with mainly text here, but of course there are many options!
A photographic style is very popular, and here we’ve set the graphics on an aerial city shot. The idea behind this template, is that you can use any image that would suit the theme of your presentation. For example using an image, relevant to a client, is a useful way to make a positive link with them. Or, you may choose a calm and neutral image, keeping the focus on your content.
In the template, there are five opaque areas for you to add content – text and/or images. The jigsaw pieces also offer space to zoom to and build your presentation. These can be used to delve further into each section, and also have potential for exploring subject links and connections.
Tip: Use the 4 opaque areas to introduce a section, then visit the relevant jigsaw piece to investigate the subject further, before zooming back out to the ‘Big Picture’ and moving on to the next section.
You can read more about how to organise your content successfully, in our FREE Prezi for Professionals eBook. Chapter 10 deals with understanding visual structure and layout, and takes you through a step-by-step guide. It also helps you decide on how you will start and finish your Prezi – from a zoomed in position and then reveal the ‘big picture’, or a number of alternatives.
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!