Every now and then I go on a huge binge creating abstract background elements and textures to use in my projects, and the transparent tubes that are the main feature of this presentation cover page template are the result of my latest one. I’ve spent about 20 hours this week creating these abstract backgrounds, and I believe it to be well worth my time considering how much mileage I’m going to get from these renderings over the coming months.
This cover page template is definitely one of my favorites so far. The top section is visually rich with loads of transparency and gloss, while the lower portion was intentionally left plain and simple to allow space for a corporate logo or other information. And actually, even though I put the presentation title in the upper section, it would work just as well to leave that area blank and put all the text in the gray section below. I mocked up a version of that and it didn’t look so bad.
All of the text on this presentation cover page template is fully editable, and you can extract the background and import it into PowerPoint or Keynote . Of course you can use it as it is without changes, but I’d encourage you to change it to your heart’s content to make it something that is truly unique and specific to your needs. I always get a kick seeing how people use my work, no matter how extensive the modifications are!