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To create an interactive image ... you can use a photo or illustration as a base. The important thing is that it’s visually attractive so that it gets your audience’s attention. Although you shouldn’t overuse bullet points, icons and diagrams can be your best allies when telling stories. You’ll hold the attention of your audience and the information will be imprinted in their brains.

With the Genially templates, you can include visual resources to wow your audience. You can also highlight a particular sentence or piece of information so that it sticks in your audience’s minds, or even embed external content to surprise them: Whatever you like! Do you need more reasons to create dynamic content? No problem! 90% of the information we assimilate reaches us via sight and, what’s more, we retain 42% more information when the content moves.

With this feature ... You can add additional content that will excite your audience’s brains: videos, images, links, interactivity ... Whatever you like! Did you know? Windows allow you to add more extensive content. You can enrich your genially by including PDFs, videos, text ... The window content will appear when you click on the interactive element.

With this feature ... You can add additional content that will excite your audience’s brains: videos, images, links, interactivity ... Whatever you like! Did you know? Windows allow you to add more extensive content. You can enrich your genially by including PDFs, videos, text ... The window content will appear when you click on the interactive element.

Our brains are hardwired to consume visual content. Some facts: we receive 90% of the information we process through sight and we process visual content up to 60,000 times faster than text. That’s why visual communication ismore effective. We generally grasp visual content better. Visual content is associated with cognitive and psychological mechanisms. We receive things through our eyes; the first image is what counts. We associate visual content with emotions.

You can make an outline to summarize the content and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience. Numbered ideas are remembered much better than bulleted lists. You can develop the content in more detail in your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!

You know it’s a Wow presentation when you hold your audience’s attention, everyone assimilates the information you’ve shared, you make interactivity and animation your allies, and you hear the audience’s applause. You know a presentation is boring when you see that your audience is in a daze, no one has understood anything you’ve said, you hear your audience snoring, and there is so much text that there is no room for images.

Showing enthusiasm, smiling, and maintaining eye contact with your audience can be your best allies when it comes to telling stories that excite and capture the audience's interest: 'The eyes, chico. They never lie'. This will help you connect with your audience. Knock their socks off! Visual communication is a key tool. We find it easier to ‘read’ images than to read a written text. Disciplines such as ‘Visual Thinking’ facilitate the taking of visually rich notes through the use of images, graphs, infographics, and simple drawings.

Did you know? that 90% of the information we assimilate is received through sight? Visual resources are a huge help for reinforcing your message: images, illustrations, gifs, videos ... Not only because they stay in our memories, but because they’re more attractive and easier to understand. Convince 67% of the audience. This is because visual language facilitates the rapid acquisition of knowledge in an intuitive way. Could it be said that images are the key to success? Pretty much.

Our brain unconsciously processes about 11 million units of visual information per second, while it only processes about 50 units of conscious information per second.

90% of the information we assimilate is received through sight.

When giving a presentation, you need to go after two main objectives: to convey information and avoid yawns. To do this, it can be good practice to make an outline and use words that will be imprinted in the memories of your audience. If you want to add additional information or develop the content in detail, you can do this with your verbal presentation. We recommend training your voice and rehearsing; the best improvisation happens when you’re prepared!

Insert an awesome video for your presentation and use this space to caption it. Multimedia content is essential in a presentation, to really wow your audience. What’s more, this way you can summarize the content and entertain your audience.

Add music, audio, or sound effects to the elements of your genially … It makes all the difference!

Windows allow you to add more extensive content. You can enrich your genially by including PDFs, videos, text ... The window content will appear when you click on the interactive element.

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