Having a PowerPoint bank will save you life.
- You won’t have to reinvent the wheel
- Inspiration is good for us all
- Plan your slide layouts
Starting a PowerPoint Bank has huge time-saving benefits as you go about your professional life, making decks.
With over 200 slides to get you started, the Slide Layout Bank is a consolidation of many of the slides we’ve used in our professional careers and have consolidated for ease of use. We have included many variations of layouts (ex: list with 3 columns, 4 columns, 5 columns, etc.) which help the user visualize the space she has to go with.
Our Slide Layout Bank is organized into the following categories:
- Organizational Charts (a.k.a. Hierarchies)
- Faux Tables (tables made up of shapes)
- Single Picture Slides (for title and divider slides)
- Tables of Content
Note 1: All slides (see small sample below) are annotated with our tips, forms of use, and any original shapes we used that you could simply copy over.
Note 2: We typically use neutral colors so that our slides are easily integrated into other decks and so that we don’t reject a layout idea just because it’s got a bonanza of colors.
All of the slides adhere to two bulletproof rules of slide design:
Rule #1: They are all built with the principle of Relative Alignment and Positioning.
Rule #2: The graphics are designed in accordance with the concept of Respecting Both Ends of the Deck.
On top of that, when you grab the Nuts & Bolts Slide Layout Bank, you will also get access to our Slide Master Survival Guide.
The Slide Master Survival Guide will solve 95% of your Slide Master issues in less than an hour of training and make sure you have the tools to fix your decks.
Slide Layout Bank + Slide Master Survival Guide