Like PowerPoint, Prezi offers the possibility of choosing a template and using it as a mould for your presentation. In this way, you don’t have to create a new presentation every time, but you can use the same look & feel and lay-out for your next project. But what exactly is a template? Where can you find existing templates? And why use them?
What is a template?
When creating a presentation, you can use a template. A template is a canvas in which all shapes, images, fonts and text blocks are incorporated in the presentation in a structured way. A template can vary depending on the situation or have the same look & feel for the whole company.
Besides the existing and standard templates that Prezi offers, they also have the Prezibase. The Prezibase is an online database on which you can find templates that you can buy. All templates can mostly be adapted to your own preferences, so they are definitely worth the try.
Why use a Prezi template?
You can use Prezi to create a one-time Prezi, but if you have to give presentations more often, it is more convenient if you don’t have to create a new Prezi each time. It is more useful to create/use a template and reuse it each time with some minor adjustments. This will also make sure that the look & feel of each presentation is similar and that they form a unified whole, regardless of who gives/creates the presentation. You can showcase the branding of the company in the design and adjust the template as needed to make it fit your needs. Sounds perfect, right, a Prezi template?