Go Beyond PowerPoint

PowerPoint's usage is ubiquitous, and it has undergone tremendous upgrades and improvements to still be able to top the list of best presentation tools in 2019. Professionals and deck designers make effective use of PowerPoint to deliver some of the best pitches of their lives. However, similar tools have emerged over the years, which serve the same purpose as PowerPoint but with greater ease for beginners. These cloud-based and online tools are for amateur people who want to speed up deck creation or for those who generally want to try new tools to for fun!

Here are some recommendations!

1. Visme

Visme is a cloud-based presentation tool for companies who want to create highly visual content in a team setup. Its intuitive approach lets you drag-and-drop designs onto your deck in about no time. The stand-out feature about Visme is the brand alignment and consistency that one can achieve in the presentation after setting your brand guidelines in the software.

 
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2. Canva

It would not be an overstatement to say that Canva has truly revolutionized the world of design. It has made design a commonplace and allowed an amateur to develop some intuition regarding design.

Canva unleashes the designer in an individual by giving him/her all the necessary tools required to begin with.

Canva unleashes the designer in an individual by giving him/her all the necessary tools required to begin with. With hundreds of design layouts and 1 million stock images, Canva allows you to edit and adjust these texts and fonts, add a filter to images and add a personal flair to each template.

3. Powtoon

Creating animated videos has never been this easy! Powtoon is the perfect online tool to add life to your presentations and leave an ever-lasting impact on your audience. It allows you to convey powerful messages by editing presentations, add voiceover, and create an overall professional, engaging experience for your audience.

4. Tellagami

Tellagami is an excellent tool for digital classrooms. With growing discussions on EdTech, Tellagami is the perfect tool that masters the art. It allows you to create animated video presentations with a character that resembles you. This can be widely used for tutorials and other forms of instructional video.

 
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5. Prezi

Finally, one of the most controversial yet widely used presentation tools is Prezi.

There has been a long debate on the effectiveness of Prezi in delivering impactful presentations. There is a clear divide between the haters and lovers of this software.

There has been a long debate on the effectiveness of Prezi in delivering impactful presentations. There is a clear divide between the haters and lovers of this software. Critics claim that Prezi only leaves the audience even more confused and lost with the zoom in and zoom out effect; however, its supporters praise Prezi for allowing them to map a journey and lay down a movement from one significant idea to another!