Like The Dude in The Big Lebowski, PowerPoint abides. It’s a great tool for assembling presentations and pitch decks. Lively conversations and entire industries surround the PowerPoint – trying to make slides better, helping people prepare materials, debating that the tool is outdated and boring… And at the center, PowerPoint abides.
There is no shortage of templates available online, but the Quickstart PowerPoint Template sticks with the fundamentals, aiming to help people “create amazing powerpoint presentations in minutes.”
Using standard fonts prevents any snags or downloading delays. A trove of images eliminates the need to conduct time-consuming searches elsewhere. 38 ready-made slides put creators close to the finish line before they’ve begun.
Why make the process more elaborate or the slides more sophisticated than they need to be? Simple, bold, useful – this is the approach the Quickstart PowerPoint Template favors.
If you’re an app developer, you have desktop, laptop, mobile and tablet display screens at your disposal, to quickly showcase your app. If you have to put together a pitch deck, you have slides designed to make end-to-end assembly painless. From the introduction to clients and services, case studies to team profiles and contact info slides, the Quickstart PowerPoint Template supports your pitch practically building itself.
Creator Craig Barber adds, “I’ve been working in the communications industry for over 16 years. Over that time, I’ve put together countless, winning pitch decks and presentations. I know which slides are used most and I know what works. I created, use, and recommend this PowerPoint template to anyone looking to present with confidence.”
He’s so certain that you’ll appreciate creating presentations using the template that he offers a money back guarantee if you’re unsatisfied. The tool costs $24.
Quickstart PowerPoint Template works on both PC and Mac if you have Microsoft Powerpoint installed. There’s also a Keynote version of the template, which you can find here.
Sure branding is important, but how much energy do you really want to invest in formatting and design? If you prefer to get straight to the heart of matters, to focus on building your Powerpoint quickly with meaty content, then look to see if the Quickstart PowerPoint Template is right for you by visiting the link here.
Keith Liles is a freelance writer who loves travel, music, wine, hiking, poetry, and just about everything. He practices saying “yes” to life vigorously, rehearsing for the phone call when he’s asked to tour with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Follow Keith on Twitter @KPLiles.