Tabs layoutTo make the best of any template, and to keep your audience engaged throughout, I recommend breaking your content into sections. By being organised, logical and concise from the beginning, your presentation should be memorable and easy to follow.

In our May template, the large, white circle works well for a title, logo or relevant image, and the smaller circles and coloured tabs for content sections. Using colour-coding for sections, helps maintain the focus of each subject area. and help your viewers follow your message.

There are tabs and circles for an Introduction, 3 Acts and a Conclusion, as we recommend in our 3 Act Speech Structure post.

Tip: Don’t be tempted to zoom all over the place, just because you can! It can be confusing and frustrating for your audience.

A better use of zoom is to visit a section, explore the content and zoom out again to the big picture. Use zoom for emphasis and panning for distinction.

If you would like some help using Prezi effectively, to create interesting and memorable presentations you can now get our Prezi for Professionals eBook FREE and read ‘Prezi – The Second Wave’.

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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Lesley Barringer
Lesley designs presentations at The Message Business. She has years of experience and loves Prezi when it's used well. She has set up a number of online businesses, is a published author and Mum of three boys.
Lesley Barringer

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