Are you on the hunt for free Keynote templates or PowerPoint slides?
We all love presentations that are well designed and informative, yet many decks are poorly designed. Signs of this include: too much information crammed into one slide, cheesy graphics, confusing complex data, and the like.
Plus, the default templates on Keynote or PowerPoint aren't always great if you're looking to differentiate yourself. What's more, we all know that engaging visuals are essential for your content or course, but producing them is challenging, especially if design isn’t your strength.
Below, we've included basic design tips, color palettes, and fonts in each template, plus a PowerPoint and a Keynote version (based on the software you may have.)
We recommend checking out our SlideShare below to learn how to create great presentations, which has extra design tips and explores presentation structure.
These templates are a guide for you, so customize them as you see fit—or follow them exactly. How you use them is up to you.
Were these ideas helpful for you? Do you have any questions about how to use them? Let me know in the comments below.