Here are a few quick tips to help you look professional when preparing infographic design for your presentation.
This feature lets you zoom, pan or roll any of your slides like you do in Prezi but with one massive advantage over Prezi
You may have heard people say; “Standard fonts are boring!”, “Standard fonts suck!” and “Never use standard fonts again!”. While I agree that the standard way in which PowerPoint displays ‘standard’ fonts are boring; I don’t think using custom fonts are always a practical solution. See how to design a PowerPoint that doesn’t suck using standard PowerPoint fonts!
The problem is that this happens quite a lot with Prezi. People have unrealistic expectations of Prezi. This is probably because some people foolishly referred to it as the PowerPoint killer, which is obviously not true and a comment spawned from true ignorance. This does not appear to make Prezi better but instead, it seems they are kind of content with their presentation software.
You have to love being a presentation designer, you have to see how important your creativity is in delivering a great pitch, your client depends on it.
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Presenting with Prezi is a completely different experience – both for the presentation designer and the people you are presenting to. Leave your custom Photoshop and Vector graphics outside the door and use the tools as Prezi presents them to you.
Comparing PowerPoint vs. Prezi vs. Keynote is no longer a question of which eco-system you prefer (Windows, Apple or Google) but which platform is right for the audience.