Several years ago, Apple updated their iWork suite in a big way, and I was most interested to see what they did to Keynote. But before I had a chance to download it and try it for myself, I read the reviews. They weren’t pretty.
Keynote Presentation Templates Archive
When I wrote my last post about the commercial aviation presentation theme, I mentioned that I have been working on a lot of slide decks recently – and there have been a handful of those that I didn’t like very much. This is another
I’ve been rockin’ and rollin’ on presentation template creation for the past few weeks, and I’ve made a few along the way that I’m not entirely happy with. The problem is that I work so fast that it usually isn’t until I step back
Continuing with the mobile device theme, here’s another keynote cover slide template using the same graphics as the last one that I uploaded. This time, I added a bit of color to the page (a slight blue gradient) and then simplified everything overall –
I’m a sucker for simplicity, and that’s why I happen to like these two smartphone-themed cover slide templates for Keynote. I recently created them as part of a series of concepts revolving on a heavily mobile-specific theme, and wouldn’t you know it…these were the
I do so many presentation template these days it’s not even funny. Some days I enjoy it, but other days I can’t think anything other than bad thoughts. Presentation templates can be very difficult to create especially if the client is really picky or
I’ve been working with Keynote lately, and I’ve got to admit that it’s a MUCH better presentation tool than PowerPoint is – to a point. For basic presentations (which 99% of us do), it’s really great – but for anyone looking to push the