This chapter explored the benefits of Prezi and how it differs from traditional tools, predominantly in its ability to allow nonlinear presentation models. We then moved on to get to grips with some of the key terminology for Prezi, which is specific to the system such as frames, paths, and canvas. Next, we looked at some examples to get you inspired and show what is possible. We also highlighted some good designs and looked at how we can do a lot with very little. We then looked at system requirements and finally reviewed the available account types.
Now that you are inspired, have all you need to get started, and have got to grips with the basic terminology, we can move on to some hands-on work. The next chapter will take you through how to work with existing content, including Prezi templates and PowerPoint slides.