Have you heard of Prezi yet? Prezi lets you create amazing-looking presentations. Forget PowerPoint and Keynote! Prezi is infinitely more stylish with its endless, slide-free canvas that transition between ideas using barrel rolls, dips and twists.
I saw my first Prezi presentation as part of TED talk movie. I barely remember the topic of the talk, I was so mesmerized by the WAY that it was presented. (OK, so maybe that’s not the desired goal of the speaker, but I tell you – it was memorable!)
I signed up for an account, and started trying to make my own Prezi. The online interface is simple: Use the buttons shown on the left to “Write” your text, “Insert” graphics and shapes, change “Colors and fonts” of your presentation, add circular and other “Frames”. When you’re done adding content you choose “Path” to show how you want your presentation to flow.
And then you’re ready to click “Show” to share your masterpiece.
Once you’ve got your Prezi ready, you can put it on autoplay and ScreenFlow it to create a dynamic video of your presentation.
Here’s a simple Prezi I made and ScreenFlowed:
If you’re looking for a way snazz up your Keynote presentations, take a look at Prezi.