A Prezi Conversation: Network Building
Writen by: Pablo Povarchik
, February 18, 2015
Prezi does many things for you, but there is so much more. What happens during the presentation, video, or however you are using your Prezi is only the surface.
Prezi Effects After Being Use
You have connected with your audience on many levels. You’re in their memory. Their conversation. Take a step back and see what just happened. You extended your network. Prezi opened the door to deeper conversations. In your hands are the keys to new opportunities. With all this prepping and working to deliver a presentation, did you consider all of that? What are the byproducts of that interaction?
Using Prezi to Your Advantage
Knowing that your presentation will have byproduct effects, make sure you identify them. This gives many reasons why you must consider certain criteria while putting your story together. Every piece of the visuals has a specific purpose. Use carefully, you get more than your key points across. Here are a few things to consider while putting together your presentation This isn’t your typical list you apply to building a presentation. These are points for building your network that Prezi helps opens the doors to:
- Smile and be personable Your audience should want to talk to you after you deliver your presentation. A conversation is the beginning of a new connection.
- Consider your temperament If you come off hot-headed or conceded, chances are you won’t gain many connections.
- Keep the Visuals Simple Creating a complex Prezi that is polluted with images and text makes the audience feel that is how the conversation with you will be. Keep it easy to understand and engaging, like talking to you would be.
- Limit Details Keeping some details or stories short are good lead-ins to the conversation. You never know who knows who. Take every moment to grow your network when possible.
- Express Deep Subject Knowledge You, the company you represent, and the topic you are pitching. Display you know what you are talking about. Be able to answer questions. And do it in a way that asserts your subject authority.
- Brand the Prezi Visuals to You Making the colors and imagery reflect the brand you’re behind helping people identify you as familiar. Or if you are just pitching a concept, think abstract. Metaphorically represent your ideas with Prezi. It opens up the conversation channels.
Prezi Gives You A Hand Up To Networking
Face it, your visuals open up the conversation. Dull, flat, and templated presentations close the possibility of adding to your network. Maybe not completely. But it definitely limits the flow of meaningful conversation. Prezi gives your audience something to talk about. Initiating the conversation is half the battle. We have all heard that. Problem is, its true. Open up your networking potential with using well executed cognitive designs in your Prezi. Need help opening those networking possibilities? Start the conversation with us, its only 10% of the battle. We handle the other 85. The rest is you executing.
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We’ve all been there — someone starts to present and pulls up a linear slide deck full of bullet points. And we’ve all thought the same thing as a result: “Here’s another boring presentation that I have to sit through.”
But with Prezi’s open canvas structure, you have endless possibilities for how you can share your message and inspire your audience. Prezi provides you with the creative freedom to create interactive, personalized presentations that enable you to bring yourself and your content to the stage. Learn how a few of our users have activated their audiences through Prezi presentations.
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Jesus Zabaleta splits his time as an accountant with being the pastor of a small church in Montreal, with congregations from Colombia, Nicaragua, Honduras, Venezuela, and more.
His team uses Prezi Video to primarily train people about the church’s vision and mission.
“People love Prezi here on our team because it’s so interactive,” Jesus said. “And Prezi has been really a blessing for us because people love the design, the color, the direction — everything about that.”
Additionally, they use Prezi and Ecamm to stream on video conferencing platforms.
“It’s very, very, very important that people can see our faces while we are teaching,” Jesus said. “It’s so difficult to find another platform that gives us the opportunity to let people see who we are and see our content.”
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Mi-Chelle Leong , who is currently the Head of the School of Communication and Languages at UOW Malaysia, uses Prezi to train other teachers, lecturers, and corporations, as well as to teach English to pre-university students.
Mi-Chelle used Prezi in 2017, then revisited Prezi during the pandemic and found Prezi Video, which has been very helpful for running her training and lessons, especially online.
“When I first started using Prezi Video, my audience was very impressed with the way the presentation is done and how professional it looks,” Mi-Chelle said. “I can seamlessly integrate visuals into my presentation. I can easily captivate my audience with engaging content while maintaining a strong connection through face-to-face communication. With Prezi Video, my ideas are brought to life, and the lasting impact of my presentations ensures that my message will be remembered.”
For Mi-Chelle, the purpose of presenting is to send a message across. What you need to do first is capture your audience’s attention. The worst thing that could happen is for your audience to say, “Ah, just another boring presentation.”
She shifted to Prezi because she wanted to be different, and she doesn’t need to take a lot of time to make a Prezi presentation that screams, “Wow, this is so great!”
“Instead, I can put more time and thought into developing my content,” Mi-Chelle stated. “And I let Prezi do the rest of the magic.”
When she uses Prezi, her students are more interested in what she’s trying to teach because she believes “one of Prezi’s principles is about storytelling and about using visuals to tell the story. My students will focus on me sharing my ideas rather than just reading the words on the slide.”
For one professional development and leadership course, Mi-Chelle assigned students to use Prezi, either Video or Present, for their final project.
“As the interface is user-friendly, my students could easily create interactive and dynamic presentations. When they presented their final project, they were able to elevate their speaking engagements with the audience. And that itself has helped my students to achieve one of the learning outcomes of the course.”
Bringing clinical research to life
Based in South Africa, Charlé Steyl is a clinical researcher and anesthesiologist who began using Prezi Present in 2017 to share her research.
During a lecture for her master’s program, she came across the tool and was so impressed that she decided to learn more because the storytelling aspect appealed to her. She’s found that Prezi is a much nicer way to tell a story, even if it’s a “boring academic story.”
Charlé is also involved in research projects where she looks at patient-reported outcomes after surgery and anesthesia, then presents them at National Congresses and research meetings.
“It just always looks good, flows nicely, and it’s a lot more intuitive for me as a presenter than something like PowerPoint.”
For example, she created a presentation highlighting data about pregnant women and female researchers. Since it’s an academic story, she needs to show how important the data is, which Prezi enables because “it’s beautiful, it’s part of the storytelling, and it’s far more satisfying.”
Charlé said that people have come up to her many a time after a presentation to ask how she made her slides because “it was so striking.” As an audience member, she said she also enjoys Prezi more than traditional PowerPoint presentations.
How Prezi is the “purple cow,” or the most remarkable technology in presentation software
In 2011, Dr. Vishal Marwah was invited to give a talk on design thinking. It was the night before his talk, and he had completed his 110-slide presentation. However, he wasn’t satisfied with it.
At 9 p.m., he turned to Google and searched “How do you make your presentations more creative?” and that’s when he found Prezi.
“It was such a simple tool that allowed me to zoom in and out, and create these cool effects,” Vishal said. “I was so impressed that I sat through the night and completely redid my presentation in Prezi.”
“Prezi is like a purple cow. I feel like Prezi gives me that edge where I’m able to not just educate the audience, but entertain them and provide an immersive experience.”
Vishal is a physician, entrepreneur, and startup coach, and has run an organization called the Nutritionist Entrepreneurship Program for the last seven years. They’ve trained close to 3K+ nutritionists to help them start their own businesses to become financially independent.
Vishal was a physician and then worked in global health at the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. There, he was experimenting with the model of health promotion and disease prevention, and he figured out that other doctors and nutritionists struggled with business skills, leading him to create the program.
In 2020, he rediscovered Prezi, specifically Prezi Video, which he uses regularly for sales webinars and meetings. And above all, he loves that he can create a connection with his audience — “the feature where I can insert myself in the presentation is magical!”
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Prezi: What is Prezi?
Lesson 1: what is prezi.
Prezi is a web-based tool for creating presentations (called prezis for short). It's similar to other presentation software like Microsoft PowerPoint, but it offers some unique features that make it a good alternative. In recent years, it has become popular in schools and businesses. If you're looking to create a presentation that's a bit more eye-catching and engaging, Prezi may be for you.
How does a prezi work?
Most types of presentation software use a slide-based approach, where you move back and forth between individual slides, kind of like pages in a book. Prezi, however, uses a canvas-based approach. Instead of using slides, Prezi has one very large canvas that your presentation moves around on, zooming in and out to view various frames .
This concept is much easier to describe with a visual aid, so we've embedded a sample prezi below. Simply select Start Prezi , then use the arrows at the bottom to navigate through the presentation.
Why use Prezi?
You might be wondering what makes Prezi different from other presentation software, like PowerPoint or Keynote . For one thing, Prezi is completely free to use. There are upgrades you can pay for to unlock additional features, but everything you need to create and share a dynamic prezi is available free of cost.
Another great reason to use Prezi is that it is run entirely through your web browser, meaning there will be fewer compatibility issues than with other programs like PowerPoint. Your prezi will always look the same , no matter what computer you're viewing it on.
Because of its unique presentation style, Prezi can use movement and metaphor to help communicate a point you're trying to make. If you want your audience to really feel a sense of space and distance between locations, you could use a map template , like in the prezi below.
Or maybe you want to illustrate how there's more to a certain topic or viewpoint than there appears to be. In this case, perhaps an iceberg template would be more effective.
In the next lesson, we'll show you how to create and edit prezis of your own!
The 11 Best Features of Prezi to Create Meaningful Presentations
Prezi offers some impressive features that can help you create compelling presentations. Here are some of them!
Prezi is an all-in-one communication and collaboration suite that takes care of slideshows, graphic designing, and even social media posts. It has features like Prezi Design, Prezi Video, and Prezi Present to make notable presentations.
In this article, we outline the features of Prezi that make you a master of presentations.
Open Canvas Slideshows
Prezi slideshow canvas is a fresh and more creative approach to slideshow making than any other apps. All the slideshow pages show up in one large canvas. The following features are essential in designing great presentations:
1. Zooming on Topics
Prezi calls individual slides topics. So, you can add multiple topics to increase the length of the presentation. Within each topic, you can add many subtopics. You can control how a subtopic appears and moves away within a slide by choosing different Subtopic layouts .
If you zoom onto a topic, that element will open as a new slide so that you can make fine adjustments. You can also zoom in on subtopics.
2. Free Movements
Unlike other slideshow makers, you don’t need to go back and forth to revisit the previous slide during the presentation. All you need to do is zoom out to maximum by scrolling up the mouse wheel, and then drag the canvas to pinpoint a topic that you want to revisit. Now, zoom in again to open that slide.
Related: Slideshow Design Mistakes You Should Avoid in Your Next Presentation
3. Zoom Reveal
In usual slideshow makers, all elements are visible on the slide unless you apply transitions. It's a time-consuming task. However, the Zoom Reveal feature of Prezi helps you show critical details as you keep unfolding the story.
Add multiple subtopics within primary topics. By zooming in on the subtopics, you can generate a creative effect of unfolding new facts as you go on with the presentation.
Drag-and-Drop Slideshow Building
Prezi makes slideshow making simple through their drag-and-drop slideshow editor. The following are the basic elements that you need to create a professional presentation:
You can use the Prezi Design tool to create informative charts and graphs. You can simply pick a pre-built infographic or chart from the canvas and edit that to meet your requirements. Furthermore, you’ll find many pre-built formats like Reports, Dashboards, Email Headers, Posters, Social Posts, etc.
5. Element Blocks
Prezi’s presentation builder looks kind of a modular tool. You’ve got everything that you need in the Explorer menu on the right side. All you need to do is choose the one you like and place it on the canvas. In this app, you don’t need to draw shapes from scratch.
You can right-click on the canvas to bring up the menu where you’ll find element blocks for text, image, and topic. On the same menu, you’ll see the option to modify the background. Prezi has an image library of royalty-free images for you to use.
You can further beautify the slideshow by applying custom color for the topics and subtopics. The Subtopic layouts enable you to customize the way topics appear on the final presentation.
The Prezi media library consists of royalty-free Photos , GIFs , and Stickers . When you click the Insert image option from the menu, the library appears automatically on the right-hand side.
You can drag-and-drop images or stickers to your canvas and customize them by right-clicking on any media. You may also upload your own media or embed videos from other sources to play them directly in the presentation slides.
7. Professional Branding
Branding is an essential part of your profession. Therefore, branding shouldn’t be a complicated task. That’s where Prezi becomes useful. From the Change colors option, you can access the right-side menu that shows many color palettes.
Click on the Create new icon to define your own brand color palette. When you create a second presentation, you can select this personalized palette to apply your brand design.
Related: How to Keep Your Branding Consistent With Adobe Spark
Don’t just present! Show your creativity, knack for technology, and professional body language when presenting in video meetings. That’s how smart the Prezi presentation is. Here are some of the features that help you along the way:
8. Slideshows on Video
Picture-in-picture mode for video call-based slides presentation could become boring. However, when your slideshow and you appear on the same screen, that’s way more interesting.
You get an elaborate presentation console where you can adjust slideshows and your video to maintain the flow. You can show gestures that perfectly sync with a certain figure or chart appearing on the screen or moving away.
9. Offline Presentation
If you need to present slides when there is no Wi-Fi connectivity, you can do that on Prezi. For offline presentation purposes, there is a desktop app that you can download on laptops.
You can also install the Prezi smartphone app on an Android or iOS mobile. Then you can download essential presentations from your account when you get the internet. Now, sync your mobile with your laptop by using the Start remote feature on the mobile app and present offline.
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10. Presenter Tools
Prezi offers smart tools to help you present effortlessly. It has different features for presentations like Presenter view, Live Prezi, and Voice-over.
Presenter view shows you talking points, prompts, and notes while you present the slide decks. You can only see this extra content on your device and not the audience. Live Prezi turns boring presentations into engaging live-streaming.
You can share a secured link within the target community so that the invitees can stream your presentations on their devices. Here, Voice-over helps you record the stepwise narration.
11. Analyze Presentation Performance
Prezi has an elaborate tool to give you an idea about your slideshow performance. The View Analytics tool helps you measure metrics like time spent, viewership, and shares. Here is how the slideshow analytics help different professionals:
- Teachers can find out if the students are going through the slide decks or not. They can also know which students didn’t view the slides.
- A freelance designer can discover if the public likes the slide decks or not by analyzing the views, shares, and total hours spent per viewer.
Present Ideas or Data in an Immersive Way
The above-mentioned features of Prezi enable you to create and present slideshows in a way that makes the audience happy. You’ll be able to communicate your data to the mass in an immersive set up where video, content, and design work hand in hand.
Like Prezi, there are other potential slideshow-making apps that you can also try out to choose the one that suits your style.
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Networking Prezi template with a concept of networking and communication. It is a creative Prezi template to present ideas involved with digital communication and computers. The Prezi has a light 3D networking background. It is simple and smart Prezi with modern networking grid and excellent motion.
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Networking Prezi template
Networking Prezi template with a concept of networking and communication. It is a creative Prezi template to present ideas involved with digital communication and computers. The Prezi has a light 3D networking background. It is simple and smart Prezi with modern networking grid and excellent motion. Networking Prezi template is good for topics like – internet connections, research, molecular net, relations, computer communications. Colors used in this Prezi: red, white, gray, light-gray. All elements ar vector based. Move, scale and rearrange them and don’t lose any quality while zooming in. View Networking Prezi template at Prezi.com .
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In all the templates, you can: Add your logo. Add texts. Change texts font and color. Add, resize and copy images. Delete and add new slides. Change slide path. Zoom in and out. Replace background image. Add Prezi Symbols & Shapes.
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If you need different colors or visuals, then please contact us. Use the Contact Page (add the name of the template to your message). Also, you can contact us for template related questions or support. The custom design process can take about one week depending on the size of the project. During the work, you will get a private link to preview the Prezi. After that, you can approve the design or suggest changes.
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Blockchain Network Presentation Template
Blockchain and cryptocurrencies… these were probably one of the hottest topics of 2017 in the financial and tech world. Although they don’t always mean the same thing, they usually do come hand in hand. Use this Prezi presentation template featuring a blue network background to present about the world of blockchain. A 3D network background with blue spheres heading into the distance, illustrating the large size of the blockchain and the connection between each block.
Use the template for a blockchain related company presentation or simply introduce the new network technology. Did you notice I still haven’t mentioned Bitcoin? Well here it comes, you can also make a presentation about cryptocurrencies, as this template perfectly illustrates the concept. The overview slide has a placeholder on the top for inserting your own title and subtitle text. Advance the presentation by zooming into the blue spheres which contain the topic slides. Rename each topic and duplicate the spheres if you need more slides.
The blockchain template includes many example slides which are already filled with demo content. These include an introduction slide, a content slide with text and images, timeline element, business bar graph, portfolio and gallery slide, vector world map, and a contact page. All adjustable slides – easily edit the content, text and colors and of course add as many more slides and topics as you need.
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Importance An estimated 7.6% of children and 10.8% of adults have IgE-mediated food-protein allergies in the US. IgE-mediated food allergies may cause anaphylaxis and death. A delayed, IgE-mediated allergic response to the food-carbohydrate galactose-α-1,3-galactose (alpha-gal) in mammalian meat affects an estimated 96 000 to 450 000 individuals in the US and is currently a leading cause of food-related anaphylaxis in adults.
Observations In the US, 9 foods account for more than 90% of IgE-mediated food allergies—crustacean shellfish, dairy, peanut, tree nuts, fin fish, egg, wheat, soy, and sesame. Peanut is the leading food-related cause of fatal and near-fatal anaphylaxis in the US, followed by tree nuts and shellfish. The fatality rate from anaphylaxis due to food in the US is estimated to be 0.04 per million per year. Alpha-gal syndrome, which is associated with tick bites, is a rising cause of IgE-mediated food anaphylaxis. The seroprevalence of sensitization to alpha-gal ranges from 20% to 31% in the southeastern US. Self-injectable epinephrine is the first-line treatment for food-related anaphylaxis. The cornerstone of IgE-food allergy management is avoidance of the culprit food allergen. There are emerging immunotherapies to desensitize to one or more foods, with one current US Food and Drug Administration–approved oral immunotherapy product for treatment of peanut allergy.
Conclusions and Relevance IgE-mediated food allergies, including delayed IgE-mediated allergic responses to red meat in alpha-gal syndrome, are common in the US, and may cause anaphylaxis and rarely, death. IgE-mediated anaphylaxis to food requires prompt treatment with epinephrine injection. Both food-protein allergy and alpha-gal syndrome management require avoiding allergenic foods, whereas alpha-gal syndrome also requires avoiding tick bites.
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The past three years have severely impacted the broadcast television landscape.
Following a decade of growth — remember the days of 100 pilots? — the TV landscape on broadcast is experiencing further contraction because of production delays caused by both the pandemic and Hollywood’s historic dual strikes in 2023. The result is fewer pilots, a shift to year-round development and now fewer scripted originals as networks bulk up on unscripted fare, cut costs and continue to see development money shifted toward streaming.
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The biggest shift in broadcast is the shortened 2023-24 seasons of scripted fare, production on which was delayed from the traditional summer start to the end of 2023 after the resolution of both the writers and actors strikes. With shorter order seasons coming amid larger efforts to reduce costs, a number of veteran shows ranging from CBS’ Blue Bloods to ABC’s Station 19 are ending their respective runs as most broadcast networks almost exclusively buy from their own in-house studios. With the focus on getting established shows back into production, most new comedies and dramas — which typically require more time to find their footing — have been bumped to the 2024-25 broadcast season rather than being rushed to air amid a cluttered schedule. That will mean that networks will have fewer needs for new comedies and dramas, which has led to a dramatically reduced volume of pilots expected to be picked up this season. CBS is skipping orders altogether this season, while Fox and The CW use other models.
In keeping with tradition, here’s The Hollywood Reporter ’s handy guide of scripted broadcast shows that are coming back, what’s canceled (or ending) and what’s been added to the 2024-25 schedule at ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and The CW. Bookmark this scorecard as THR will update it regularly as the wind shifts on current shows and as the networks make their decisions.
ABC VETERAN SHOWS Abbott Elementary (20th/WB): renewed for season four The Conners (multicam): awaiting word on season seven The Good Doctor (Sony/ABC): ending with season seven Grey’s Anatomy : awaiting word on season 21 Not Dead Yet : awaiting word on season three The Rookie : awaiting word on season seven Station 19 : ending with season seven Will Trent (20th): awaiting word on season three
ABC FRESHMAN SHOWS 911 (20th): awaiting word on season eight (its second on ABC)
ABC NEW SHOWS (for the 2024-25 season) High Potential : Being held for fall 2024
CBS VETERAN SHOWS Blue Bloods : ending with season 14 in fall 2024 Bob Hearts Abishola (WB, multicam): ending with season five CSI: Vegas : awaiting word on season four The Equalizer (CBS/UTV): awaiting word on season five FBI (UTV/CBS): awaiting word on season seven FBI: International (UTV/CBS): awaiting word on season four FBI: Most Wanted (UTV/CBS): awaiting word on season six Fire Country: awaiting word on season three Ghosts (CBS/BBC/Lionsgate): awaiting word on season four NCIS : awaiting word on season 22 NCIS: Hawai’i : awaiting word on season four The Neighborhood (multicam): awaiting word on season seven So Help Me Todd: awaiting word on season three SWAT (SPT/CBS): ending with season seven Young Sheldon (WB): ending with season seven
CBS NEW SHOWS (for the 2024-25 season) Matlock : held for 2024-25 season NCIS: Origins (straight to series) Poppa’s House (multicamera): held for 2024-25 season Watson (straight to series) Young Sheldon spinoff (multicamera, straight to series) THE CW VETERAN SHOWS (Note: The CW, under Nexstar, is not producing new U.S. scripted originals. Below is what remains of them.)
All American (WB): awaiting word on season seven All American: Homecoming (WB): awaiting word on season four Superman & Lois (WB): ending with season four Walker (CBS): awaiting word on season five
FOX VETERAN SHOWS 911: Lone Star (20th): awaiting word on season six Accused (Sony/Fox): awaiting word on season three Alert: Missing Persons Unit (Sony/Fox): awaiting word on season three Animal Control : renewed for season three Bob’s Burgers (20th): renewed through season 15 in 2024-25 The Cleaning Lady (WB/Fox): awaiting word on season four Family Guy (20th): renewed through season 23 in 2024-25 The Great North (20th/Fox): awaiting word on season five Grimsburg : renewed for season two Housebroken (20th): awaiting word on season three; could go either way Krapopolis : renewed for season two The Simpsons (20th): renewed through season 36 in 2024-25
FOX FRESHMAN SHOWS Doc (Sony/Fox) Rescue: Hi-Surf (WB/Fox)
FOX NEW SHOWS (for 2024-25 season) Universal Basic Guys/The Hoagie Bros. (Sony/Fox, animated) due in 2024
NBC FRESHMAN SHOWS Dr. Wolf (WB/UTV) Extended Family (multicam, Lionsgate/UTV) Found (WB/UTV): developed during Pilot Season 2022; renewed for season two The Irrational :developed during Pilot Season 2022) renewed for season two St. Denis Medical (comedy)
NBC NEW SHOWS (for 2024-25 season) No orders yet.
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