Prezi is a new and marvelous approach to the visualization of information with over 30 million users across the globe. It’s being used all over the world for business presentations, pitches, and TED talks. Prezi is different; based on mind mapping, Prezi uses an infinite canvas. Its power lies in zooming in for details and zooming out for an overview. Prezi is easy and fun to use.
This book will walk you through ten different and exciting projects to help you get the most out of Prezi. It is a step-by-step tutorial that focuses on specific topics that differ in complexity and technologies used. This book covers the way professionals build their Prezis, as well as the way they think during the presentation process. You’ll learn lots of practical details and tips for other Prezi tools as well.
This book starts with creating good and amazing Prezi using brainstorming techniques and mind mapping. It talks about how Prezi templates can be used to create wonderful presentations on the go. Next, you will learn how to make your boring résumés fun by using Prezi to present yourself. You will also learn how to make your lessons more interesting by using Prezi, where you can give people both the overview as well as the details. By doing so, your listeners will be able to gauge the entire hierarchy of information. You will then learn how to present yourself using the PechaKucha method, which is an ideal way of sharing your latest creative project in twenty slides with twenty seconds per slide.
This book takes a hands-on, tutorial-style approach that walks you through ten individual projects, each focusing on producing a specific Prezi.
Who this book is for
If you have some basic experience of Prezi and want to gain advanced knowledge by building different kinds of Prezi projects, then this book is for you.