POPcomms, and the Morph Transition Effect in PowerPoint

Created: Friday, March 11, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



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Microsoft has added an amazing new transition effect called Morph. In many ways, you just need to design slides and PowerPoint automatically determines changes in following slides and morphs elements between the slides!

To understand how powerful Morph can be, take a look at this YouTube embed:

This video shows a PowerPoint presentation created by POPcomms, a presentation design firm based in Bristol, UK. You can read more about why and how they created this sample presentation.

I asked POPcomms’ Damjan Haylor: What do you folks at POPcomms think about the new PowerPoint Morph feature, and what possibilities does this new feature bring forth?

Damjan HaylorHere’s Damjan’s answer: PowerPoint’s new Morph feature is a powerful transition tool that will allow companies to create ever more visually engaging and persuasive stories.

It allows you to create fluid animations that go well beyond Prezi’s capabilities and when combined creatively with PowerPoint’s interactive features you can create desktop, mobile and touchscreen presentations that just weren’t possible before.

You’ll be able to create multi-layered interactive diagrams allowing the user to drill down from top-level overview to the smallest detail and back, seamlessly. For events, you can create looping videos that will easily match motion graphics videos created in AfterEffects. And for that all-important keynote presentation or pitch you now have a tool that allows designers to explore full motion and captivating storytelling to help sell your ideas.

With all presentations the message is key but how you present and visualize that message is just as important and the morph tool allows you to do this in ever more compelling and persuasive ways.


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