Prezi application for beautiful and elegant presentations

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Take your presentations to the next level with Prezi. In about two minutes, you’ll learn how you can start creating a prezi, from the first click to present!

Get Started with Prezi

This is a very exciting moment, you’re about to create your first prezi. If you haven’t already, check out our video tutorial on creating your first prezi. Alternatively, you can watch the video below for a quick overview, or continue looking through the information to get some more hints and tips on creating your first zooming masterpiece.

Start from a template

When you create a prezi, you can choose from a number of reusable templates or a blank canvas. When you decide to use a template, you can edit everything you see on the canvas just as if you were creating your own prezi, including copying and pasting pre-made content from other prezis or applications. Click here for more information on templates.

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Getting around your prezi canvas couldn’t be easier.

Zooming around: This is a key feature of Prezi, so naturally we made it simple. You can zoom in and out by using your mouse’s scroll wheel or by clicking the + and – symbols on the right hand side of your screen.

Panning: To move your prezi canvas left, right, up, or down, hold down the left button of your mouse and then move in the direction you want to go.
To take a step back and get an overview of everything you’ve added so far (both in Edit and Present mode), you can use the Home button on the right hand side of your screen (you can find it just above the zoom + and – buttons). Clicking the Home button before you start making a prezi will also ensure that you’re starting from the right place. Click here for more details on navigating your prezi’s canvas.

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Add text and images

Click anywhere and start typing to add text.

Click here for more information on using text with Prezi.

Select ‘Insert‘ from the top-menu to start adding images from the web or your computer.

Click here for more information on adding images.

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Get to know the Transformation Tool

In Prezi, the Transformation Tool is your best friend. Once you add anything to your canvas, click on it once to bring up the Transformation Tool. Now you can move, size, and rotate your content any way you like. If you add a frame to your prezi, you can click on it once to bring up the Transformation Tool and move, scale, or rotate everything inside. Click here to learn more about the transformation tool.

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Frame your content

Frames are a signature part of Prezi and a great way to manage your content. Frames work like slides and can be used to group your ideas. Use frames to create a placeholder in your prezi and then add content to them. Frames come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and you can change the color of them as well as their size and position. The other great thing about frames is that once you place one on your prezi canvas, you can move, size, and rotate it, and all the content within your frame will move, size, and rotate too.

Creating frames:

You can also use frames to add animation to your prezis. Click here to learn more about frames, or here for information on animations.

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Customize your prezi:

Use the customize sidebar to set the colors and fonts of your prezi.

You can also create branded Prezi themes by adding your exact company colors to the wizard. Paying users (Pro, EDU Pro, Enjoy, and EDU Enjoy license holders) can even add their own logo to a customized theme.

Click here for more on themes.

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Insert layouts

Prezi has created both single and multi-frame layouts ready for you to drag and drop right onto your canvas. Just click ‘Insert‘ from the top menu and then make your selection. Click here for more information on inserting layouts.

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Add symbols and shapes

Click ‘Insert’ and then select the ‘Symbols and shapes’ icon at the top of the screen to add shapes, lines, arrows, and more to your prezi.

Insert rectangles, circles, and triangles to frame your content. Alternatively, add symbols from a huge library or purpose designed drawings to further enhance your prezi.

Click here for more on symbols and shapes.

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Add URLs to your prezi

To put live links into your prezi, copy and paste the desired URL into a text box. Then click away from the text box and your link will become active (you will see it automatically underline).

Click here for more on hyperlinks.

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Path: navigate and rearrange with the Path sidebar

When presenting your ideas, it helps to have a clear narrative that takes your audience through your prezi. With the Left Sidebar, you can create a journey from one idea to the next. Edit your path and its points in Edit mode and take your audience along that path in Present mode.

To set your path, click the ‘Edit Path’ on the left-hand side of screen. Then click on the objects in your prezi canvas in the order you wish them to appear.

You can also use the sidebar to rearrange and delete path points or to zoom to a specific path point.

Click here for more on setting your path.

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The new Porsche Cayman GT4 – Rebels, race on!

The new Porsche Cayman GT4 – Rebels, race on

The new Cayman GT4 is the long-awaited step beyond the boundary. The step over to the other side of the frontier – onto the racetrack. It’s our tribute to all the motorsport enthusiasts and performance motivators. To all those who really do mean business. To all the victories of tomorrow, to all the personal bests still to be achieved. More information on

Advertising Agency: Cramer-Krasselt, Chicago, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Marshall Ross
Art Director: John McKenzie
Account Director: Chris Hanley
Group Account Director: Kelly Croswell


▶ 2015 Kia Optima Blake Griffin Commercial | “Fighter Pilot”

▶ 2015 Kia Optima Blake Griffin Commercial | “Fighter Pilot” | Official NBA Partner – YouTube.

With a turbo engine, the Kia Optima flies, and fighter pilot Blake Griffin knows it. In his high-tech cockpit, it’s time for Blake to destroy the enemy using the element of surprise. Over.

Kia Optima: Fighter pilot

Advertising Agency: David & Goliath, USA
Founder & Chairman: David Angelo
Chief Creative Officer: Colin Jeffery
Creative Directors: Driscoll Reid, Chris Hutchinson
Digital Creative Director: Chris Robertson
Associate Creative Directors: Basil Douglas Cowieson, Greg Buri
Art Director: Marc Wilson

and team…





Shelby American, a wholly owned subsidiary of Carroll Shelby International Inc. (CSBI:PK), launched the first global Shelby GT muscle car, which is based on the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang GT. One of the most popular cars in Shelby history the 627 HP 2015 Shelby GT was unveiled today at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction in Ford Motor Company’s booth. Shelby is now taking orders with delivery of cars planned for the beginning of the second quarter of 2015.

“This 2015 Shelby GT incorporates all of the engineering lessons we’ve learned building high performance vehicles over the past 50 years,” said Joe Conway, co-CEO of Carroll Shelby International and CEO of Shelby American “With the international distribution of the current Ford Mustang, we worked closely with our partners to develop a car that can be offered in both North America and overseas. It’s the first Shelby muscle car in our history designed from day one to be a truly global vehicle.”


Ferrari unveils Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel’s 2015 F1 car | New Design


Ferrari unveils Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel’s 2015 F1 car – F1 news –

Ferrari has unveiled the new SF15-T 2015 Formula 1 car that it hopes will get it back in the hunt for victories with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen this season.

After a disappointing 2014 campaign that has prompted a major management and staffing overhaul, the team is determined that the changes it has made will help move it back up the grid.

New Ferrari F1 design unveiled
Ferrari sets two-win target for 2015
Vettel hails straightforward Raikkonen
Ferrari engine gains to help race pace

The James Allison-designed car features a long protruding nose and an aggressive sidepod concept.

The 2015 Formula 1 field so far in pictures

But key to Ferrari’s hopes will be what is underneath the skin, with the Italian team’s power unit having been one the weak points of its 2014 season.

The team has undertaken a comprehensive overhaul of its engine in the hope of closing the gap on the benchmark Mercedes.

As well as new management, Ferrari has a change on the driver front too with Vettel lining up alongside Raikkonen this year.

Vettel is due to give the car its first official run at Jerez in Spain on Sunday, when F1’s first pre-season test starts.



Bloomberg’s new site | website redesign

“It’s faster, smarter, and frankly bigger than anything we’ve done before – and it’s uniquely digital, built for a global web audience, and designed to deliver the right news at the right time,” Topolsky said.

Justin Smith, chief executive of Bloomberg Media, added: “Over the last 20 years, the global business landscape has changed at lightning speed, while traditional business media, in its presentation, utility, and design, has largely failed to keep up.”

Bloomberg’s new site aims to bring together content from the media company’s digital, print, television, radio and live event operations.

Bloomberg has removed the option to comment on its stories after a relaunch of its flagship business website.

Bloomberg Business – the new home for all content from and – was given a “soft” launch on Tuesday night, with no facility to comment on published articles.

A spokeswoman for Bloomberg declined to comment on the removal of comments, but it is understood the company believes the conversation about its content is better served on social media rather than on its own platform.

It is understood the impact of switching off comments will be monitored to see if it should be made policy.

Joshua Topolsky, chief digital content officer at Bloomberg Media, said the redesigned site was “a reinvention of how we bring our news to the world”.

Source: The Gaurdian

An ocean of victories | key to end illegal fishing in next 10 years

The Pew Charitable Trusts launched groundbreaking technology that will help authorities monitor, detect, and respond to illicit fishing activity across the world’s oceans. Project Eyes on the Seas, as the system is known, furthers a long-term effort by Pew to dramatically reduce illegal or “pirate” fishing.

Personally, this is such a great news for this New year 2015!

Source: An ocean of victories –

‘dark’ to promote Dark Roast coffee – another surprise from Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons café goes ‘dark’ to promote Dark Roast coffee.

Tim Hortons surprised customers by taking away their senses and inviting them to Get into the Dark. What happens next is an experience with Tims Dark Roast that no one saw coming…
Learn more:

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▶ World’s largest container ship CSCL Globe

CSCL Globe: Felixstowe arrival for world’s largest container ship.

World’s biggest container ship coming alongside at the Port of Felixstowe – CSCL Globe’s maiden call at Felixstowe,
7th January, 2014

The world’s largest container ship has arrived in the UK for the first time.

The Hong Kong-registered CSCL Globe, measuring more than 400m (1,313ft) in length, docked at Felixstowe loaded with about 19,000 standard containers.

The previous largest ship to have docked at the port was the Maersk Triple-E, which arrived in November, carrying about 18,000 containers.

The new ship, which left China in December, arrived at the Suffolk port sometime after 12:30 GMT.

▶ World’s biggest container ship CSCL Globe


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Mark D’Arcy in Conversation with DDB Mudra’s Sonal Dabral

Sonal Dabral

Mark D’Arcy in Conversation with DDB Mudra’s Sonal Dabral | Facebook for Business.

January 6, 2015
Advertising in a Changing India: Mark D’Arcy in Conversation with Sonal Dabral
A new government, emerging middle class and the rapid adoption of the Internet — particularly through feature phones and, increasingly, smart phones — are combining to reshape many aspects of life in India.
The changes are happening fast, and this means marketers must adapt as well. On a recent trip to Mumbai to meet with members of the India Client Council, Mark D’Arcy, Chief Creative Officer of Facebook’s Creative Shop, spoke with Sonal Dabral, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of DDB Mudra Group, about what advertising means today to people in India.
Mark D’Arcy: This is a moment of tremendous change in India. Where do brands fit in?
Sonal Dabral: The first thing brands must know is it’s not just change itself, but the speed of change. For people, there is tremendous stress in urban life and working to achieve what they want. So one way that brands can make a difference is to empathize with people, and help them navigate these changes.
MD: Observing the cultural zeitgeist is a big thing for brands. At Facebook, we often talk about marketing for people not at people. The messages that brands deliver should contribute something positive to the conversation. What you’re saying is fascinating, that brands play a role as cultural touchstones. They’re a part of the societal fabric.
SD: Absolutely. I’ll give you an example. Big Bazaar is like the Wal-Mart of India. They brought the retail revolution to India, made products available to Indians who could have not otherwise afforded such things. Big Bazaar plays an important role in people’s lives.
Keeping this in mind, we worked on a “Making India Beautiful” campaign for Big Bazaar. We released one small story each week showing a change that’s happening in India, and the way Big Bazaar is playing a part in that change. In one film, a male executive comes home carrying a nicely-designed mop and bucket and begins cleaning the house — something that traditionally only women were expected to do. It’s a piece about how gender roles are changing in the home. In another film, we show a grandmother buying shorts for her granddaughter, again reflecting the evolving mindset in what were otherwise considered to be “traditional” homes.
MD: People here are not cynical about advertising. That’s powerful.
SD: We are emotional people, and we are melodramatic as a culture. We cry more, laugh louder. We need good stories. We are all about heart. Brands need to understand that. Local and international brands that do that succeed. Most Indian advertising has emotion, as well as humor. It often tells stories about the love between families. It is something that advertisers have borrowed from Bollywood, and that Bollywood borrowed from religion.
MD: In terms of language and religion, India is a place of enormous diversity. What challenges does that present?
SD: When it comes to language, a major part of Northern India speaks Hindi. What happens typically for national ads is that the same is done in Hindi along with a few Southern Indian languages. By and large, irrespective of religion, there are insights that bind the entire nation as Indians. There are more things that are common than different.
MD: People focus on commonalities, not differences?
SD: Yes, people focus on family stories in particular. There are universal truths in family that apply to all of India: the conflict of leaving family for work, the generational differences between the youth and the older generation. There are really powerful stories there. As a brand, if you focus on universal themes, you can talk to all of India.
MD: Do you think the youth are getting more ambitious?
SD: Absolutely. The information they are getting, the pace they are getting it at — everything is easily available. Ambitions have kept pace with this flow of information. What your father’s generation saw and what you saw are so different, that it naturally brings generational conflict.
MD: Is there any level of tension with people seeing a life they don’t have?
SD: The younger generation is more aspirational. They believe in the power of the individual. There are increasing numbers of young people who want to become entrepreneurs. It’s a very good thing for India. As a result, brands are speaking differently now. They’re saying to people: Be yourself, make your own destiny.
MD: In India, TV and print advertising are quite strong. What are clients thinking about digital?
SD: They’re talking about it more and more. Digital used to be something we could also do, but it wasn’t a primary offering. Now it’s coming into the conversation earlier, depending on the target audience. Any brand trying to reach the youth is thinking digital. And India is a youthful audience. Sixty-five percent of the country is under 35 years of age.
MD: If you think back to 1997 when we first started doing things on the Internet, it was a novelty. Every new platform starts out like that, but eventually the efficacy-to-novelty ratio shifts. The data becomes overwhelming and what was a small thing becomes the central thing. Ultimately, it’s about people. You build campaigns for where people are.
You have to look where people are connecting in the future, where the next hundred million people will be. Like cricket, you want to be where the ball is going, not where it is now.
SD: We need to be out front, but not too far out front of our clients. Digital will be hugely important for India. It has already democratized entertainment. You can buy a 5,000 Rupee phone and still get the same video as someone who bought a TV. You are no longer limited by where you were born or how much money you have.
It is the access to information and being connected that’s changing things. Young people feel like big things are possible. It’s so good for our country.
MD: How is creative evaluated in India?
SD: India is currently at a place where everyone expects growth. Advertising that catalyzes growth is important. Many of the big marketers understand the value of creative awards and the importance of craft in our work. Beside that, what is really important for any marketer is whether the work is loved by audiences, and whether it sells his/her product.
There’s a lot of visual and sonic bombardment in India, and ads need to break through. In India, people actually look for ads to entertain them. So it’s very important for ads to be entertaining and rewarding.
MD: Audiences here expect quality, so there is huge opportunity. If you expect an ad to be good, you open your eyes, your heart, your mind.
SD: Marketers understand there is a new paradigm. Historically brands have pushed messages down peoples’s throats. Now you need to give — give an ideology, give something back.


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