It all starts with taking a design brief! This could be over the phone, skype or by email and can include an example powerpoint presentation that you want bringing to life or simply be a list of bullet points with the key points that you want
to get across.
We’ll agree with you high level ‘story’ that you need to communicate the style and type of graphics that you want to use. If you need help bringing the story together, that’s ok! Our copywriters are experienced at working with a minimal brief to help you convert the key points you want to communicate into a compelling prezi storyline.
When we have your high level story – or the presentation that you want us to convert, we create a step by step document to document your story as a prezi. This often takes the form of a bulleted list with the key messages at each stage, the
type of graphics that we plan to use, and how the prezi will animate and flow.
Essentially this is a description of your prezi and helps us get the story right before the expense of custom graphics are produced. It also helps you visualise the story to ensure it meets your requirements. Consider this the copywriting stage of your prezi.
When we have the story outline, our designers produce a series of initial design concepts, in a story board format, to help you visualise how the prezi will flow.
Your story board includes the key steps of your presentation together with main graphics and key messages at each stage. We include a full set of notes to explain how the animation will zoom, pan and rotate as it progresses across the canvas to help you visualise what the final prezi will look like.
We understand that it’s important that your Prezi accurately communicates your message. So the build of your story board is an important stage of the process. This stage can take several iterations as we help you build and visualise your story.
When you are happy that the storyboard gets across what you want to say, in a way that you are happy with, we will need your approval before we progress to the next stage.
When the story board has been approved we’re ready to finalise the graphics and to get started on the build of the Prezi to the agreed story board. This stage includes designing the canvas that forms the backdrop to your presentation and the
design of all the individual graphics required for close zoom.
We create the individual frames that we use to organise the content, objects and messaging, build custom transformations of the elements to move, size and rotate the content and apply path points to create a journey through the frames.
The outputted prezi can include links to external content and embed supplied media such as YouTube videos, audio files and more.
Many of our clients also want to use their prezi on their website or intranet. If so, we can optionally convert your prezi into an MP4 file, ready to embed on your website as a YouTube or Vimeo video.
We’ve also produced screencast videos eg for software demos and included these within our Prezis. If that service is of interest let us know and we’d be happy to produce a quote.