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Thursday
Dec202012

A Bevy of Prezi Holiday Templates

The holiday season is a time to look back on the past year and reflect on what you've achieved. For Prezi, 2012 has been an extraordinary year, marked by unprecedented growth. We have considerably advanced in our ambition to bring better visual communication and collaboration to the world. After reaching the 10 million registered user milestone in May, we quickly grew to 15 million users by September, and have now just recently passed the 18 million user mark. When we think of all our passionate users, working and studying so hard throughout the year, we are filled with gratitude.

To thank you for your support, we wanted to add something special to your holidays. Our idea was to make it fun and easy for you to use Prezi to make holiday greeting cards.  The Prezi Team created a special template for this purpose, which you should feel free to copy here. Fill it with your own memories. You can then share this personalized prezi with your friends and family. It's quite nice.

As it turned out, many of you in the Prezi community also made holiday templates this year, too. So we thought we'd pull the best of them together for convenient sharing. Below is an assortment of awesome holiday-themed Prezi templates created by our powerusers, experts and fans.

We hope you enjoy them and have a very Happy Holiday!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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December 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterScience Articles

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