This screencast shows the method of creating a nice prezi about baking cheesecake. No slides, no bullet point lists or boring charts here. What you see instead are zooming images, relations being built up similar to your thinking when you decide to bake that cake for a family birthday party on a Sunday afternoon. Beyond looking good and being new on the market, Prezi helps you deliver your thoughts more effectively than any other presentation tools.
Here is a shortlist on why:
A. With Prezi you can see the big picture and the details easily, so you can make sure that the content of your presentation makes sense.
B. Prezi’s spatial layout help you to convey message better, since our brain is wired to think large spaces rather then slides.
C. As a presenter, you can avoid long boring monologues (death by bullet points), and encourage audience involvement by moving across the canvas.
If you simply follow these 3 steps we’re convinced that you’ll have stronger presentation:
- Start creating your Prezi by just throwing in your main ideas
- Develop each idea by zooming into each topic (use word, images or video you find on the net, Google searches does it all)
- Edit: make important topics large, create relations and remove redundant stuff