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jvz_how to create a great prezi

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Mark Phillips

on 15 August 2011

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Transcript of jvz_how to create a great prezi

Reading direction Use arrows Creation Presentation Frames Frames are not just circles If it's good, you can intuitively get around without a path too There are many kinds of presentations Where prezi excels is create engaging visual to understand and discuss memorable preach mesmerize meetings church politicians discuss Write Keywords Move around Scale around by juggernautco@flickr by alexdecarvalho I can only say 1 line Path Discussion get help with
Prezi Meeting Overview Overview to Understand One click saves you on stage Create a natural flow of information using frames helps to navigate (smart frames) good overview is key think ipad Feel right at home, create frames, and fill out like a paper/slide/page we like to
fill out pages we like to
fill out pages we like to
fill out pages Fill out Structure You know when on a whiteboard You have 10 things And you start to think... Maybe the last 3 here really belong together, yes, it's
iterative Add Pictures Throw in Option Foundation Progress Future Option Casual relations Casual relations Casual relations Casual relations Main topic details details Income Expense if you need to: focus! yes, it's
iterative too Press this button
Do squint test Chaos Boxes Spatial narrative typical 1st prezi
many same sized items
rotated around randomly
like a slideshow with spinn transition effect blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah Order Order Order TITLE Order Order Order Order Order What? You need both: Structure FLow Like a floor plan
Makes sense on overview Narrative Storytelling You want to be here Thread Classic classic
classic Remember foundation? and progress? and future? and again... Overview
frame Part of the story Part of the story Part of the story Part of the story 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Show context a lot How to create a great prezi by Adam Somlai-Fischer
@ barcamp Vienna http://www.barcamp.at/Prezicamp_Vienna_2011 yes, it's iterative now use the mouse that is a frame in prezi There is structure
but it's not a story, there is no narrative About making the audience follow, believe.

Not about discussing and exploring sometimes it's enough at other times it's far from enough in reality most presentations end up on meetings where they are used to understand and discuss ideas. so i think we can use a tool, which helps in all scenarios... like on a whiteboard... or during a brainstorming... or like how some use mind maps... texts, to find, then express relations you can involve others to collect material for your prezi using prezi meeting if your prezi looks like this, please work a little more, scale up main points, place subtopics into larger frames, etc... using space to help a story, is used a lot in storytelling. in prezi, this is easily achieved, if your overview makes sense. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iteration "Iteration means the act of repeating a process usually with the aim of approaching a desired goal or target or result" Thinking Ahead OPTIMISE CAPITAL Operational Overview Road Map Pillars How to create a great prezi Agenda Road Map Operational
Overview Pillars Macro-Economic Themes
Material Events Persistency
Financial Highlights
Business Clusters Persistency
Business Rules & Uncertanites
Scenario Planning - The next 5 years
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