Presentation Effects

Learn how to apply effects & animations to your presentations. Find some of the most popular tools to make animated presentations and use pre-designed templates for Prezi, PowerPoint and Emaze.

Best PowerPoint Transition Effects For Travel Presentations

There are various transition effects in PowerPoint that are more suitable for certain types of presentations than being used generically. A few of these PowerPoint Transition Effects are quite suitable for making slides related to travel and tourism, such as the Airplane, Conveyor, Ferris Wheel, Fly Through and Prestige transition effects. In what is to …

How To Pan Your PowerPoint Slides Like A Camera

Panning a camera is a reference to a rotation of the image resulting in an effect similar to moving your head from one side to another. Panning is often used in filmmaking and by professional cameramen. Interestingly, PowerPoint provides a transition effect that allows you to switch your slides as if you have panned a …

PowerPoint Transition Effects For Making Effective Introductory Slides

If you can successfully create an attention grabbing introductory slide, you can be on your way to a successful presentation. Gaining attention in the first few slides is essential for any presenter. Failure to do so can make it extremely hard to maintain momentum for the presenter, as well as a bored audience. The few …

Best PowerPoint Transition Effects For Disaster Planning Presentations

Disaster planning presentations should not only be thorough in emphasizing upon essential tips, historical data and standard operating procedures but also need to be lively and attention grabbing. The last thing you need as a presenter is to have a sleeping audience, as the inability of your audience to concentrate on your presentation may result …

Switch PowerPoint Slides Using The Stylish Vortex Transition Effect

The Vortex Effect is among the most stylish transitions available in PowerPoint. Unlike the Honeycomb or Flash Transition Effect, the Vortex Effect is more generic in nature and can be suitably applied to a more diverse range of presentation topics.

Utility Of The Glitter Transition Effect in PowerPoint

Like most transition effects, you may find it a bit tricky to understand when to make use of the Glitter Effect, as it ‘arguably’ seems less generic than other PowerPoint transitions. We have previously covered posts about various PowerPoint Transition Effects; elaborating upon the importance of each effect in detail. In this post we will …

How To Add The Honeycomb Effect in PowerPoint Presentations

Environmental presentations can be difficult to present without appropriate templates or a well-crafted background. Even if you are able to acquire a good PowerPoint Template for your presentation, it can be hard to make your presentation interesting, considering most environment related presentations can be considered dull and boring by the audience. If you wish to …

Adding The Ripple Effect In PowerPoint Presentations

Sometimes the best way to start your presentation is with a ‘Ripple’. Among the various PowerPoint Transition Effects, the ripple effect can be used quite freely across slides; to add a water like ripple transition to your presentation slides. Below are some tips for using the Ripple Transition Effect effectively in PowerPoint presentations.

The Benefit Of Chunking And Pausing During A Presentation

Most of us concentrate in ensuring a smooth flow for our presentation; however in the process, we get washed away in the tide. And we do not realize that there was never a pause in our speech, to let others catch up with our pace. It’s time you realized the benefits of chunking and pausing …

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