Some of us like, some others hate the moment when we know we have to make a presentation. Anyhow it is very important to have appropriate skills and get familiar with few online tools for presentations. In this article our regular contributor Taulant Hoxha listed the most useful and practical of them.
Haiku Deck is rooted in a few basic principles. Keep it simple by limiting your text and focusing each slide on one idea. Make it beautiful by using full-bleed images to tell your story and tapping into one-touch themes, filters, and formatting. And, most of all, have fun.
One of the best cloud-based platforms, Prezi is ‘the one’ for presentations.Prezi fosters a community of over 40 million users and over 100 million prezis around the world. With partnerships including TED Conferences, the SXSW Accelerator Pitch Competition, and The White House’s ConnectEd initiative.
Tiki-Toki is the best and easiest way to create beautiful interactive timelines that you can share on the web. There are loads of options for customising the look of your timeline.
TimelineJS is an open-source tool that enables anyone to build visually,rich, interactive timelines. Beginners can create a timeline using nothing more than a Google spreadsheet.
SlideShare is the world’s largest community to share and upload presentations online.
Issuu is the leading digital publishing platform delivering exceptional reading experiences for magazines, catalogs, and newspapers. Millions of people have uploaded their best publications to create beautiful digital editions.
SlideRocket reinvents presentations by helping you bring your big ideas to life, engage your audiences and drive your business. The platform promotes influential story telling through interactive capabilities like audio, rich media and instant feedback that elevate meetings, regardless of time or location.
You can easily make the transition from PowerPoint to emaze by importing your presentation through its easy-to-use application. emaze gives you the ability to share your presentation without the hassle of sending a heavy file that’s too big to send.
I know, most of you may ask why I didn’t put the ‘powerpoint’ here in this list. Well, we all have powerpoint as the ‘last’ option.
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