Want to make creations as awesome as this one?

Transcript

Terrazzo

Presentation

I am a cool subtitle, ideal forproviding more context about the topic you are going to address

Terrazzo

Presentation

I am a cool subtitle, ideal forproviding more context about the topic you are going to address

Summary

With Genially templates, you can include visual resources to leave your audience amazed. Also highlight a phrase or specific data that will be engraved in your audience's memory, and even embed external content that surprises:videos, photos, audios... Whatever you want!

Index

Text + image

Highlighted phrase

Section

Relevant data

Cronología

Graphic + text

Table + text

List / processes

Video

Text + icons

Audio

Inserted content

Interactive question

Conclusions

Close

+ info

Here you can put a highlighted title

We don't like to be boring. We don'twant to be repetitive. Communicating as always is boring and doesn't engage. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain likes to consume because it stimulates it.

Here you can include a relevant data to highlight

Use animage

And use this space to describe it. It is essential for a presentation to have a greater visual impact.

WOW Effect

Here you can include arelevant data to highlight

'Your content is liked, but only hooks if it's interactive'- Genially

'Visual content is a cross-cutting, universal language, like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures.'

-Genially

Structureyour content

Sections like this will help youto put things in order.

Here you can puta highlighted title

We don't like to be boring. We don't want to be repetitive. Communicating in the same way is boring and doesn't engage. We do things differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

+ 190

You can represent numbers in this way

+ 45k

…Although you explain it orally later

+ 85k

You will maintain the attention of your audience.

+ info

Key numbers

90%

of the information we assimilate, comes to us through sight. Tell stories with graphics!

85%

of purchases are emotional. The passion that storytelling provokes is our ally to influence purchasing decisions of the audience.

50%

of our brain is involved in processing visual stimuli.

80%

what we do and see, we remember. People also remember 10% of what they hear and 20% of what they read. Create interactive content!

+ info

Use images inyour presentation

And use this space to describe it. You can upload an image from your computer or use the resources available in Genially, on the left side of the tool. Amaze everyone!

Structureyour content

Sections like this will help youorganize your thoughts

Timeline

20xx

Visual communication is key

20xx

It's easier to 'read' images than to read written text

20xx

Hence techniques such as Visual Thinking

20xx

Through tags, images, and graphics

20xx

It's easy

Timeline

20xx

You can add interactivity to your timeline.

20xx

Icons are always good allies.

20xx

Telling stories with order and hierarchy is essential.

20XX

Turn numbers into stories with graphics.

20xx

And give it a topping: add interactivity and animation.

Timeline

You can briefly describe what the timeline of your presentation entails and orally present the milestones achieved so that no one falls asleep.

20xx

Plan

20xx

Structure

20xx

Design

20xx

Communicate

20xx

Surprises

20xx

Plan

20xx

Structure

20xx

Design

20xx

Communicate

20xx

Surprise

Use graphics in your presentation...

Magic

9,280

Design

17,520

Creativity

17,520

Graphic+ text

+ info

Graphics are very shareable,making them ideal for social media and, to top it off: they tend to generate high-quality traffic to the content we create.

Table + Text

Visual communication is a key tool. We find it easier to 'read' images than to read written text. That is why disciplines like Visual Thinking facilitate visually rich note-taking through the use of images, charts, infographics, and simple drawings.

Table + text

+ info

Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and spark the interest of the public: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you make a 'match' with your audience.Leave them speechless!

Process

Step 1

You can create a summary to synthesize the content and use words that will be ingrained in your audience's minds.

+ Info

+ Info

+ Info

Step 2

If you are going to present live, we recommend that you train your voice and rehearse: the best improvisation is always the most practiced.

Step 3

Show enthusiasm, give a smile, and maintain eye contact with your audience: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. Leave them speechless.

Step 1

Beingsvisual

Step 2

Narrativebeings

List / Process

We are able to understand imagesfrom millions of years ago, even from other cultures.

We have thousands and thousands of stories.2/3 of our conversations are stories.

We need to interact with each other.We learn collaboratively.

We avoid being part of the content saturationin the digital world.

Step 3

Socialbeings

Step 4

Digital beings

Showcase yourgenially...

With calmness and conciseness. Summarize the content.

Through a scheme, totell everything in an orderly way.

Show enthusiasm! Tell what you have come to say.

Managing your voice. It's your best companion.

With a smile. This will make empathy awaken.

Your smile will help you createa special connection.

Maintaining eye contactwith your audience.

Video

+ info

Insert agreat video

And use this space to describe it. Multimedia content is essential in a presentation, to leave everyone with their mouth hanging open.

Text + icons

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 3

Phase 4

+ Info

+ Info

+ Info

+ Info

Present your genially...

With a smile.This will make empathy awakenand it will help you create a special connection.

Engage and amaze your audience.

Generate experiences with your content.

Make youraudience remember the message.

Measure resultsand experiment.

It has a WOW effect. Very WOW.

It is orderly, hierarchical, and structured.

Audio

90% of the information that we process comes to us through our sense of sight.

50% of our brain is involved in visual stimuli.

80% of the things we do and see, we remember.

Inserted content

Social Media

Music

Maps

Interactive question

Interactive question

Interactive question

Interactive question

Conclusions

With Genially templates, you can include visual resources to leave your audience amazed. You can also highlight specific phrases or data that will be etched in your audience's memory, and even embed external content that will surprise them.

Need more reasons to create dynamic content? Well: 90% of the information we assimilate comes through our eyes and, in addition, we retain 42% more information when the content moves.

When conducting a presentation, two objectives must be pursued: conveying information and avoiding yawns. To achieve this, it can be good practice to create an outline and use words that etch into your audience's brain.

'Your content is liked, but it hooks much more if it is interactive'-Genially

Thanks

Remember to publish!

Write a greattitle here

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain likes to consume because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write an awesome title here

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain likes to consume because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write a greattitle here

Visual content is a transversal and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain likes to consume because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write a great headline here

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write a Great Title Here

Visual content is a cross-cultural and universal language, just like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write an awesome title here

Visual content is a transcendent and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write a greattitle here

Visual content is a transversal and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write a great title here

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

link

Write an awesome title here

Visual content is a transversal and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain likes to consume because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write a great title here

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, just like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain likes to consume because it stimulates it.

REVEAL

Write an awesome title here

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, just like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write an awesome title here

Visual content is a transversal and universal language, just like music. We are capable of understanding images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

LINK

Write a great title here

Visual content is a cross-cutting and universal language, just like music. We are able to understand images from millions of years ago, even from other cultures. We don't like to bore. We don't want to be repetitive. We do it differently. We sabotage boredom. We create what the brain enjoys consuming because it stimulates it.

LINK