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The Easiest Way To Create a Presentation: Slidebean

Slidebean is a new cloud-based platform that lets you create amazing presentations in seconds. No cutting or pasting, no font changing. Just worry about the content.…
Robin Good's insight:

Slidebean is a new presentation web app which simplifies to the max the difficulty required to create a visual presentation.

Creating content is as simple as typing. The design part is kept completely separate, and you don't have to worry about it as you input your text content.

When you decide to go to format your presentation you are offered a set of pre-designed options, just like you get image filters on Instagram. You test and try the ones that are most appropriate for your presentation and you are set to go.

Slidebean presentations can contain text, lists, images and video clips and can be viewed on any device or operating system.

Finalized presentations can be published online, shared, embedded or downloaded as HTML5 presentations in a .zip file.

Free plan available. (up to 5 presentations with up to 10 slides)


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(Thanks to Baiba Svenca for discovering it)

Mariale Peñalosa Arguijo's curator insight, December 6, 2013 1:37 PM

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Ali Anani's curator insight, December 7, 2013 7:57 AM

A design-free fprm of publishing presentations

Ros Peters's curator insight, March 24, 2014 3:24 AM

A change from Powerpoints!

Suggested by Baiba Svenca!

Create HTML5-CSS3 Compatible Web Presentations with SlideCaptain

Create HTML5-CSS3 Compatible Web Presentations with SlideCaptain | Presentation Tools |
Robin Good's insight:

SlideCaptain is a new web-based web presentation app, which allows you to create full HTML5-CSS3 slideshows, with text and images, which can be exported as HTML or PDF files.

SlideCaptain introduces the "flow" concept, allowing sequences of slides to have branches and alternative directions. Instead of being able to go only to the "next" slide, I can also set up a slide "up" and one "down", allowing myself for three different display options after anyone slide. Furthermore a very useful navigation icon, displayed at the bottom right of my slides reminds me at all times which navigation options I have at every slide.

The app integrates with a number of online services like Flickr, Instagram and Google Drive to facilitate importing and integrating images into slideshows. You can even search directly for image files on the web and import them directly onto your slides.

By default presentations are set to "private", but as soon as you want to, you can share them publicly for everyone to see.

My comment: Powerful and promising presentation editor, altough not so intuitive as would be expected. For example, inserting new items in a slide is not as clear as it should be. Look forward to improvements in the editor UI and workflow.

Free to use.



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(Thanks to Baiba Svenca for uncovering and suggesting to me this new tool.)

Nedko Aldev's curator insight, May 8, 2013 2:54 AM

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James Johnston's curator insight, May 27, 2013 7:06 AM

Looks like a useful tool.

Aymeric Larvido's curator insight, July 4, 2013 8:27 PM