First thing to do is get a copy of the framework from Github. The framework includes a number of sample themes for slides, support for printing and exporting your slides to PDF and a number of plugins including support for speaker notes, writing your slides in markdown syntax and the ability to zoom.
Creating the layout of your presentation
Just to show you how simple it is here is an example presentation which is basically one html file. Copy this code and store in the top level directory of your reveal.js directory.
To view it you just open up the html file in your browser. The F key allows you to view the presentation full screen.
Moving Beyond the Basics
If you are interesting in seeing sample presentations take a look here. I read Instant HTML5 Presentations How-to and found it a really quick way to get an overview of how I could develop and customise presentation using reveal.js. I know I could have found this out myself on the web but sometimes it is great to have everything pulled together into a tutorial so you know what is available and what you want to explore further.
As for the framework I really like how simple it is to pull a presentation together and create something which has a nice finish. I’ll definitely be using it for my next presentation.