Last month I wrote about impress.js, and how I've started using it for my presentations. This has been going well, and during the past month I've actually given 2 more presentations using impress.js:
(You really have to click those links, embedding these presentations wouldn't make them justice!)
For both of these presentations I used a new template I developed, that is quite easy to use, yet produces cool presentations. The idea is to write each slide in valid JSON code, and use the Highlight.js library to colorize it. I then adapted the color scheme based on official MongoDB colors. All in all, JSON in the branded colors makes for a great presentation when the content is MongoDB related.
I've integrated Highlight.js into my impress.js repository (demo). My initial motivation was to use it the way it's probably intended to: to colorize code examples, since my slides often have code examples.
But then I thought of the idea that for my MongoDB related presentations, making the whole presentation JSON would look nice. And so it did, I'm quite pleased with the results.
In addition to the end result looking nice, doing the presentation this way was quite quick and convenient. I don't need to write a lot of HTML tags, I just write simple JSON and let Highlight.js make it pretty. (I can of course modify the colors applied by Highlight.js, in CSS.)