We did an internal project to have a visual sample for client conversations about slide transition looks. The video, developed and exported from PowerPoint 2013, shows every transition – and every transition option in PowerPoint 2010 and PowerPoint 2013.
This month is focused on animation. TLC does a number of presentations each year developed for clients in Prezi. The presentation design and storyboarding need to be approached a bit different than PowerPoint. One of the primary draws of using Prezi is its unique animation (motion). This is an internally developed sample Prezi presentation:
This is one animation section of a large show presentation. The goal was to visually recreate a smartphone chat look made up of user feedback on recent hotel stays, showing the power of Social Media today to influence others, friends and strangers alike. A fairly easy animation to develop in After Effects, Flash, and many other applications. Not as easy in PowerPoint’s animation, but the end result turned out great:
The slide development required first getting the visual elements approved. Then, developing the animation and having it approved. The animation is deceptively simple with a few motion paths on each slide. But it also required exact pixel accurate placement of each visual for seamless slide-to-slide animation and careful attention to the layer order of the elements.
Our design team here at TLC Creative Services hopes your 2015 begins great and is full of fantastic design!
We’re celebrating with you, and this fun PowerPoint slide that has text treated with bevel, 3D perspective, texture fill, outer glow, outline and some great animation.