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    Ludus

    A limitless presentation tool for designers

    Kunal Bhatia40Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    I've been beta testing Ludus since they were hunted on Product Hunt. It's amazing what you are capable of producing in Ludus. Content is at the forefront of everything they do, so uploading videos, documents from Dropbox, and your prototypes directly from your favorite tools are all seamless. Highly recommend checking out Ludus!
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    Kireeti VarmaProduct Manager at SV.CO · Written
    For the fact that it is so easy to work around with your creativity!
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    Gaurav Agrawal17Coder, Thinker, Curious observer · Written
    It for designers
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    Niftio

    Complete presentation platform for professionals

    Roxana Eftene14Product Marketing Ninja · Written
    Roxana Eftene made this product
    4 Reasons: * It has a rich content library and templates library * You can use your phone as a wireless presenter * it has it's own audience response system so your audience can send you feedback or ask you questions in real-time * you can check insights and statistics for your presentation
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    the phone presenter thing is actually pretty cool
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    Sumit HegdeMarketer. Designer. Dreamer · Written
    Yep. Great product and super simple to use!
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    Prezi

    Changing the linearity of presentation.

    Anne-Laure Le Cunff9Founder @ Lysa. Ex-Google. · Written
    I personally find it a little bit hard to use and sometimes confusing, but I've seen some beautiful presentations made with Prezi. When built properly, they can be very engaging.
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    Pavan Sethi11Product @ Stealth 🤐 · Written
    I've only used it once but I thought it was very simple to create beautiful presentations that flow way better than traditional powerpoint presentations.
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    Agnieszka4LiveChat | social media | Sofar Sounds · Written
    Very simple and intuitive, you can make impressive presentation using it, strongly recommend :)
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  4. 8
    Google Slides Q&A

    Helps presenters connect with their audiences

    Anne-Laure Le Cunff9Founder @ Lysa. Ex-Google. · Written
    Google Slides Q&A makes it super easy to connect with your audience, receive feedback, and let people vote on the questions they'd like the speaker to answer. You can also let the audience ask questions anonymously. The best part: it works with any mobile device.
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  5. 7
    ConceptDraw MindMap

    Easy tool for mind mapping and data structuring (Mac/ PC)

    Oscar Brunndoughnuts baker · Written
    Just hunted this mind mapping app with nice presentation mode
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    WebSlides

    The easiest way to make HTML presentations and landings.

    José Luis AntúnezDesign for trust. Seville, Spain. · Written
    José Luis Antúnez made this product
    Making an HTML presentation has never been so fast. Just a basic knowledge of HTML is required. Simply choose a demo and customize it in minutes.
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    christianCEO, Givershub · Written
    It helped me tell the story of why I do what I do. #Purpose
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  7. 5
    Slidebean

    The easiest way to create beautiful presentations.

    Fantastic tool! Curated templates, free high-quality images, and icons and tracking and analytics.
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    Cristian EspinozaFounder @ http://startupreef.co · Written
    I been using Slidebean for over 2 years, they are about to release the version 3 of their product and I love it!
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    ShowTime

    Deliver smarter presentations. Engage your audience.

    Gaurav Agrawal17Coder, Thinker, Curious observer · Written
    It's from Zoho, have a look on this also.
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  9. I started using this a few months ago for a presentation. It really helped to keep the crowd engaged. Gamify a presentation
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    Slides

    Beautiful, Responsive presentations with HTML5 (Ditch PPT)

    Power!
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    Haiku Deck

    Presentation software that inspires

    Tiernan CahillPhD Student in Emerging Media @ BU · Written
    In a field dominated by bullet-point-heavy presentations, Haiku Deck is a breath of fresh air. There is a good variety of templates for different contexts, but all of them share an emphasis on simple layouts with a focus on visuals over long blocks of text. The workflow is oriented around typing up the key points and concepts you want to introduce, bringing in supporting visuals and laying it all out beautifully.
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    Deckset

    Create beautiful presentations from markdown

    Andrew WWeb developer in Toronto · Written
    Deckset makes lovely presentations without much fussing. Source files are Markdown, so really easy to store, edit, collaborate, and they can live in version control.
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    Visme

    Create interactive online presentations in HTML5

    I think it's pretty easy to use and quite a cool tool.
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    Raw Shorts

    DIY explainer videos made simple and easy

    This is definitely one of the easiest tools to use for created animated videos and presentations. I use it all the time for work, school and apps we build
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    Curator 3.0

    Beautiful presentation tool for creatives just got better

    Gaurav Agrawal17Coder, Thinker, Curious observer · Written
    It's Good, collaborative presentation tool.
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  16. Tomer AharonCo-Founder of Poptin · Written
    Awesome tool with great UI/UX
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  17. Michael D. Corbin made this product
    Command.App makes the complex clear. It turns presentations into conversations. It supports all marketing materials and file formats (PPT, PDF, Office files, images, videos, 3D models, animations, etc.) ensuring you always have the right information at the right time. It is the ultimate digital briefcase and Sales Presentation tool available today!
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  18. Even with a wide variety of options, PowerPoint is still my Go-To tool for developing presentations. It's especially nice to develop on the desktop, then be able to deliver on multiple mobile platforms (iPad, iPhone, etc.).
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    Zeetings

    Turn your presentations into interactive conversations

    samAssistant Principal. Father of twins. · Written
    Zeetings wraps around existing ppt files. Add q/a survey and content from the web. Easy to use, making your presentations interactive.
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