Inspiration on Dynamic Flow, Image Slider, Drag & Drop, Lookup and Image scroll

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In this presentation created for our 'made up company' BebixFood we showcase the below features to interact as much as possible with our meeting attendees:

  1. Dynamic Flow
  2. Image Slider
  3. Drag & Drop
  4. Lookup Input Value
  5. Image Scroll


1/ Dynamic Flow

When starting our presentation, we use a dynamic drag and drop to define which sections we want to talk about and in which order they are interesting for the (potential) customer.

The d!nk element contains these settings:

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With this slide as a result: 

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2/ Image Slider

When talking about the history of our company. We want to show the milestones in a fun way and not waste too many slides on it. By setting up a Slider Bar and connecting images to it, we can slide through the important company times and support this information with relevant photos.

Firstly we create the Slider Bar with the years we want to highlight:

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The values of this slider bar we can then convert to images:

Where we can select the relevant images:

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And afterwards define the size the image should have with the white rectangle that is created on the slide.

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3/ Drag & Drop

To keep the participants engaged in the meeting we want them to actively show their priorities. We created a drag & drop for a baby's needs that they can place in the correct order.

After creating the Drag and Drop element this pop-up will appear, where you can name the 'Drag Items' that you will see in the presentation. 

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4/ Lookup Input Value

For the dosage per day, depending on the weight of the baby we started with a table that contains the number of bottles and the quantity of each bottle.

Underneath the table we want to easily display the relevant value on demand. To create this field, we started with some calculations outside the slide and created the Lookup Input Value based on them.

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The Lookup Input Value element is setup with these parameters:

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5/ Image Scroll

During the presentation we would like to show our current campaign posters. Because of the image sizes we'll need to use the Image Scroll, to be able to show these very large images.

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The red box will be the zone used on our slide. When scrolling in the final presentation the part of the image below the red box will also become visible. 


You can take a look at all details of the used plugin elements by downloading the example presentation right here.

 

 

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