Presentista: A New Way To Make Presentations

Dave LeClair 03-07-2012

Are you sick of the same old presentations that come from PowerPoint? While they may be the industry standard for presentations, it does not mean it’s not worth looking around for something that can make your presentations stand out above the rest. Presentista is a new way to create presentations, and it works right from your web browser.


a new way to do presentations

What makes Presentista so cool is its sense of style. They felt that PowerPoint was a little too generic in the way it put everything together, and they wanted to apply their own flair. When you are creating in Presentista, everything is on one screen. You add your stuff and create a flow, which are akin to slides. The link in the flow is how it determines which section to jump to next. It is a really clean, fluid way to make a presentation.


Like any presentation, you can include text and graphics. With Presentista, you can also add YouTube videos, Google Images and photos from Flickr. This allows you to make your presentation your own.



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  1. Paul Harris
    October 19, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    I registered with this site, and all I got was a blank screen with Error #2032.
    Using Chrome through VPN, Win7

    Will try it again, later.

  2. Rhys Wilkinson
    October 5, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    how well does Presentista cope with the hosting of URL links?

    within Prezi you have to type the URL in its entirety. I would much prefer if Presentista could allow small strings of text or images to be hyperlinked to external sites.

  3. Angad
    July 3, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    Hi everyone! We're the creators of Presentista. We'd love to answer any questions anyone has about our tool. Feel free to contact us at with any additional feedback or comments.

  4. David Guthrie
    July 3, 2012 at 10:58 pm

    From your brief description Presentista sounds a lot like Prezi - which I'd highly recommend. Easy to use for 'live' presentations and easy to embed into websites and blogs.
    Top tip for these types of presentation tool... don't get too elaborate with the sequence/paths - you can give your audience motion sickness!