When it comes to building a persuasive presentation, collecting convincing facts and figures is just half the battle. To get your message across to your audience, you need to present your numbers in a way that is easy to understand, engaging, and memorable—not to mention nice to look at.
Prezi charts make it easy for you to present your data effectively. Not only can you dress your data with visuals that resonate, you can also zoom in on the details to drive home your message.
If you’re using Prezi Plus or above, here are some of the things you can do with the charts feature.
Tell a good story
Data is powerful and so is narrative, but together they’re unstoppable. Coupled with Prezi’s visual focus and meaningful movement, your facts and figures can tell a story that engages your audience and keeps them on the edge of their seats.
Create visually engaging reports
If you’re in the process of building a presentation or report, chances are you have data visualizations you’d like to include. It’s also pretty likely that you want that data to be remembered. Presenting stats with the right charts can be the key to a persuasive presentation.
Adding visuals like the one above can make all the difference in terms of how much information your audience walks away with. In addition to increasing chances for memory recall, visuals have the power to communicate your points more quickly than text alone, and are great to display while you, the presenter, share your message in detail.
Zoom Into the Details
Once you’ve created your chart, take data to the next level by drawing attention to the details. Prezi makes it easy to zoom in on the key parts of your chart, so you can highlight additional information and tell a better story with the numbers. When you show your data in context, it will be much easier for people to understand and remember your message— and most importantly, act on it.
There you have it: data visualization + story = presentation magic. Click here to sign up for Prezi and start creating your own stunning presentation charts.