Powerpoint is not that powerful any more. Online presentation tools like Prezi can empower you to impress your audience even better. The page transitions and animation effects could make the best visual guidance to focus on whatever you’d like to focus on.
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It’s a presentation tool inspired by the idea behind Prezi and based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers(Except Opera and IE6-9) and mobile ones on iPad and Blackberry Playbook. You can view the demo and the how-to is actually the HTML code with many useful comments to help you get started.
Reveal.js utilises CSS 3D transforms as well but not that “crazy” like impress.js. The best thing is it includes horizontal slides and vertical slides to effectively display the structure of points and ideas.
Scrolldeck is inspired by deck.js and reveal.js that pretty much says what’s it about. I feel it is more straightforward to use scrolldeck. It provides animations of “fly-in-left”, “fly-in-right”,
“space-in” and the default is “fade-in”. Each slide is a div and you use arrow key to control. You got the idea.
From the demo we can see it’s like a page-to-page powerpoint in a web page. Yes, like the previous ones, it uses one HTML file as slides and CSS to control. It does not contain many functions like deck and fathom but a simple framework you can actually quickly adapt.