The honeymoon is over. 3 years ago, Prezi was new. Just using it, even in its earliest, most limited form, could help you stand out from the PowerPoint crowd. Not anymore. Most people in advertising, marketing and media circles have now heard of Prezi, and many have already formed an opinion about it. For many it’s fast becoming a zooming, spinning, sick-making cliché.
So if you want to make the most of your hard-won experience in using this, potentially, brilliant tool, you have to be better than the Prezi norm. You have to bring a structured, rational and business-like approach to your design of Prezis and use of the tool. If you don’t, then your bravery in starting to use Prezi when the rest of the world is mired in Microsoft PowerPoint, could backfire, and that would be a real shame.
In this short publication, provided free to our loyal readers, we’d like to help you stay ahead of the game when using Prezi to sell your ideas, products and services.
In it we look at the fundamentals of creating and using Prezi in the best, most professional way, to help you stand out from your competitive crowd. For each element we’ll show you best and worst practice examples from the ever expanding Prezi world.
- The wider business case for Prezi.
- First Principles in using Prezi in the best possible way by:
- Using the big picture possibilities of Prezi to make a great impression;
- Removing sickness from the Prezi vocabulary by reducing spinning, zooming and panning;
- Understanding visual structure and layout;
- Using templates to help you hit the ground running.
We’re happy to offer you the document free of charge, because we want you and Prezi to succeed in sharing those brilliant ideas, brilliantly.
Here’s 4 options to help you do just that:
- Download your free copy of ‘Prezi – The Second Wave’.
- Download Free Prezi templates.
- Subscribe to our weekly newsletter.
Good luck and let us know how you get on.
Jim Harvey and his team at Allcow Communications LTD, have been using Prezi since it was first launched way back in 2009. They Partner with Prezi to help Prezi make the tool as affective as it can be, and Jim’s thinking on presentation structure is used and credited in a range of new, free Prezi templates. Jim and the team works with global businesses like JP Morgan, Marsh McLennan, Mercer, JC Decaux, RSA Insurance and many others.