I think if you put frames around your text you will be able to see the full text. A lot of the text if cut off... otherwise great!
Thanks, I'll fix that pronto.
Great job on the visual! Very good use of technology in presenting information. I enjoyed the flash effects on the organization of information on each of the separate bubbles. Very well done.As Eric M said, fixing the problem with text cutting off may help the reader. Also, it may be helpful if some of the images have captions that are shown along side the image, not before or after to help understand the relevance of the image to the topic. For example, I did not understand the images with the separated blood sample and centrifugal simulation, until later when I found out that the headers come immediately after. Also, there was no caption for the image with a centrifuged solution of plasma/buffy coat/erythrocytes. Regarding the topics, I don't think a whole section of "should it really be called a centrifuge" is necessary, as the derivation of the name can be explained in a small bubble elsewhere. I advise you to go over the content materials and check for repetitive facts, as there are some repeated facts that may take the reader away from enjoying the slides. Also, add more media if possible! A video of a centrifuge in action may also help the reader better understand how it works.Otherwise, great job on the presentation!
Please post the link to your Prezi so that viewers can watch it as full screen without parts being cropped.
Thank you Charles. I'll work on that immediately. As for the text cutting off, that cannot be fixed. The only solution is to watch my prezi via the link I posted under the embed.
appropriate picture and your set up of this page of the site is good.
Thank you Kat, I appreciate the comment.