Prezi Next, die neueste Präsentationssoftware von Prezi, verfügt über ein dynamisches, flexibles Format, in dem du dich frei zwischen Themen bewegen kannst und sie von unterwegs anpassen kannst, ohne durch die einzelnen Folien blättern zu müssen. Durch Anpassen deiner Lieferung an das, was dein Publikum am meisten interessiert, investieren und engagieren sich die Personen durch eine ganz neue Art der Kommunikation, die der Entwickler „dialogorientierte Präsentation“ nennt. Das Ergebnis? Sinnvollere Dialoge und bessere Ergebnisse für das Publikum und die Redner gleichermaßen.
Mit intuitiven „Smarte Strukturen“ mit denen du deine Nachricht so organisieren kannst, dass sie den Kontext darstellen, und einer wirkungsvollen Zoom Reveal-Funktion, mit der du kritische Details enthüllen kannst, ist die bisher leistungsstärkste Präsentationsplattform von Prezi. Prezi Next basiert auf der neuesten HTML5-Technologie und wurde entwickelt, um eine konsistent reibungslose, hochauflösende Darstellung auf mehreren Geräten zu ermöglichen. Zu den neuen Funktionen gehören neue Designer-Vorlagen, eine optimierte Erstellungsengine, Live-Analysen, Notizen für private Moderatoren und Cloud-basierte Zusammenarbeit.
Prezi Next nutzt die besten Storytelling-Elemente von Prezi, erleichtert die Verwendung und fügt neue Funktionen wie Live-Analysen, Notizen für private Präsentationen und anpassbare Designervorlagen hinzu. Durch die Navigation zwischen verschiedenen Themen können Benutzer ihre Präsentationen an den Konversationsfluss anpassen. Prezi Next basiert auf der neuesten HTML5-Technologie und wurde entwickelt, um eine konsistent reibungslose, hochauflösende Darstellung auf mehreren Geräten zu ermöglichen.
Prezi Business ist Prezis Teamlösung. Von Prezi Next angetrieben, enthält es eine Fülle wertvoller Geschäftsfunktionen wie Leaderboard Analytics, Cloud-basiertes Kommentieren für verbesserte Zusammenarbeit, einen dedizierten Customer-Success-Manager, Schulungsmöglichkeiten, benutzerdefinierte Designer-Services und vieles mehr.
Creating presentations that pop and have a fresh, dynamic feel.
First, I want to point out that Prezi is a great platform. It feels like you're using a platformed that is inviting us into the future of presentations and slide decks. It's simple to create a fresh, dynamic slideshow - but what's great is that doesn't feel like a slideshow! The generated movement (natural zooming) almost hooks your audience and takes some of the heavy lifting off of the presenter. The ability to integrate images, documents, texts, hyperlinks, and even videos is also an incredible feature. From a creator standpoint, although there is a bit of a learning curve if your shifting from another slideshow platform, Prezi is relatively simple to learn to use. The features and layout are not overly tedious to learn to navigate. Prezi just recently added the collaboration feature, which was needed in the Google Drive era we live in. This enables users to collaborate on one dynamic show. Another high point is that they offer a free, web-based option before paying for a subscription. Last, Prezi is just different - it operates, feels, and looks unique. It's not a linear, click next, click next show - it breaks the mold!
Although there's much to love, I would recommend that you use it with caution. Here's why:
- If you over use it, then your audience will essentially see it as a slideshow. Prezi has to be used with purpose - to make a presentation pop, if that makes sense. Overuse will lead to desensitization, losing the "wow factor."
- Don't try to use this last minute. As mentioned earlier, there is a learning curve involved. Not only learn to create, but learn to present it effectively. If you haven't rehearsed and practiced, and you try to lead a Prezi presentation... it could end badly.
- Web-based is a pro/con - so just realize that you will not be able to use this platform if you do not have wireless access or limited WiFi. There is an export feature, though, which could help, but I do not have experience with this.
- In my experience, it is important to note that some people just don't like Prezi. Audience/students complained about the animated movement and motion and preferred something more predictable and easy on the eyes. Just keep that in mind.
I was first introduced to Prezi in one presentation I attended at a local university. My initial impression was that it was such a powerful, engaging, visually stimulating tool for making presentations. Ever heard of "Death by Powerpoint"? Well, Prezi has some magical powers to alleviate such boredom by making slides twist, turn, zoom in/out, pop out, and see the minute to the BiG picture!
Collaboration is at the heart of Prezi Business. It makes your Prezi presentations and story creation more dynamic by engaging more minds to work on the same material together. Feedback and commenting are easy via the chat feature. Teams can also work on a common/shared folder for easy access to content. This is cloud based so we can all work together anywhere and anytime as long as we're connected to the net.
At the end of the day what matters is the effectiveness of one's presentation/efforts. Prezi Business has helped our marketing team via Data Analytics. We are able to get actual data feedback on who viewed our Prezi, which parts are engaging and which parts are boring and where they tend to just skip through, etc. This feedback helps us to further improve specific parts of our storyboard, visuals, and presentations.
There are many templates and sample/public Prezi's out on the Internet to be used as a reference. It can also be branded accordingly using one's corporate logo and images.
Prezi is a little more difficult to explain and to train our (older) staff. Hence, it took a bit of a learning curve to grasp the tools and to fully maximize its features (esp the analytics). People got so used to PowerPoint that they initially resisted Prezi. I just wish Prezis can be downloaded or exported into an executable presentation for mobility/run-anywhere without the need for Internet access.
Very useful dynamic work tool with great features easy to use and to present at meetings conferences and meetings.
I like that it is a viusal dynamic tool with vast work templates. Each of these templates has an art touqe that allows to generate ideas and interactive contents with text videos, images and links.
Being able to have a presentcation with this tool allows us to look good by giving an impression with the audience if a conference is about.
With an attractive content for people who visualize the content with this we get the attention of the public
Traditional presentations based on slides are just that: Traditional. You could have fantastic images, but no matter how elegant (or austerely minimalist) each slide is, it's still a slide.
Prezi (several prices, starting at no cost) tries to change this by converting his presentation into an open canvas in which he can draw his ideas spatially and then present them by zooming and panning the entire canvas.
Used well, the final result feels cinematic and interesting in a way that traditional presentations rarely are.
To begin, Prezi displays a list of templates you can use. There is a large number of templates, but there is no way to preview the appearance of a template, except when starting a project with it.
If you start a project with a template and discover that it does not work, after all, you can change to a different template in half, but you must adjust things to work in the new template.
It is a program a bit complicated to understand at the beginning because of the multiple functions that it offers us.
for the reproduction of the presentation it is necessary to have Adobe Rader, and some computers do not have this program and that can be a bit complicated with the treatment of the program.
It is a program that to use the sSI presentations is necessary to use the internet.
It is a program that is in the English language.
It requires a certain level of knowledge to be able to use it correctly and in a practical way, like other software this is also paid and the way to use it is through an account that must be kept active paying monthly to use the software, of course that there are pirated means to make it work for free, but in general it is paid.
It is a program a bit complicated to understand at the beginning because of the multiple functions that it offers us.
It is a program that to create the presentations is necessary to use the Internet.
One of the disadvantages of prezi is that it is limited access, we need to have internet, videos appear as downloads and to save it as a portable file can only be on CD. Because it is an online platform it is difficult to visualize it in some devices even the page of this tool is a bit heavy because when you want to open the page it takes a lot of seconds to see the first sale. However, it is useful for a visual and attractive dynamic presentation for the participants in the presentation of some conference
If a user understands how Prezi is different or better than a slideshow, then it is very easy to create
Prezi is a presentation tool that breaks out of the restrictive slide format to create dynamic presentations that make use of a large canvas that the presentation moves along by sliding, scaling, or rotation the framing to. With this format, it is much easier to visualize information and how information relates to itself. This large canvas also makes seeing the bigger picture clearer compared to slides.
While a programmed set of movements and framing is used to create the flow of the presentation, this flow can be broken out of any time to change the framing dynamically. This is useful if, for example, someone asks a question and changing the current framing would help answer this question.
The collaboration tools and online functionality in Prezi are excellent, allowing for easy real-time changes to be made on a presentation. In addition to real-time changes, there is a chat for present collaborators and the ability to add comments to the presentation.
Prezi is more difficult to use compared to more traditional presentation tool, especially if a user has trouble breaking out of the habits of using other tools. The freedoms afforded by Prezi can be a negative to delivering a presentation, as it can be distracting during the creation and presenting of a presentation. A well put-together slideshow will be more effective than a poorly put-together Prezi.
Prezi is a more closed system compared to another offline tool such as Google Slides. This makes it more difficult to download and present and to intergrate with other tools.
Prezi is a power tool to make beautiful and dynamic presentations, featuring an original flow using mind maps and zooming. You don't have to be a pro user to make awesome presentations thanks to a clean and user friendly interface, in their business version, Prezi has some key features that worth to highlight.
- There are several templates for every kind of presentation, it could be a product presentation, services breakdown, marketing strategies, and many other templates available and growing.
- The Prezi business collaborative work feature is very solid, where every team member can drop comments and make changes to the presentation all in real time, this speeds up the design process and eases the work flow when two or more people are working on the same presentation
- Prezi Business platform allows feedback from spectators, this is quite handy because gives you the power to zoom and move quickly to the most important topics for the audience, also this gives important data that can be reviewed later, giving you facts about which topics were more relevant and attractive, very useful for marketing purposes
- No need to install any software to display the presentations(however you can export a standalone Prezi executable for offline display).
- Despite a polished and easy to use interface, at the beginning Prezi can be a little difficult to learn for the average user, especially is they are too used to work with Powerpoint.
- Embedded videos wont work for offline presentations.
- Despite several templates available, sometimes Prezi can feel unsuitable for some kind of companies with old fashion corporate environments.
Weiter unter folgen häufig gestellte Fragen über Prezi.
Prezi bietet folgende Kostenpläne an:
Beginnt ab: €7/Monat
Preismodell: Free, Abonnement
Kostenlose Testversion: Verfügbar
Prezi bietet die folgenden Funktionen:
Prezi hat die folgenden typischen Kunden:
Freie Mitarbeiter, Mittlere Unternehmen, Öffentliche Verwaltung, Kleine Unternehmen
Prezi unterstützt die folgenden Sprachen:
Englisch, Französisch, Deutsch, Ungarisch, Italienisch, Japanisch, Koreanisch, Portugiesisch, Spanisch
Prezi hat folgende Preismodelle:
Prezi unterstützt die folgenden Geräte:
Android, iPhone, iPad
Prezi kann in folgende Anwendungen integriert werden:
360Learning, Clearlogin, Nuclino, SafetySync, Salesforce Sales Cloud, Slack
Prezi bietet folgende Optionen für Kundensupport:
Häufig gestellte Fragen, Forum, Wissensdatenbank, Online-Support, Telefon-Support, Video-Anleitungen