Android engineering and development template for PowerPoint

android engineering and development Powerpoint template

A fully editable PowerPoint template for Android development and engineering topics

One of the cool things about producing stock illustrations is that each one of them can be used in a variety of different ways. I don’t always do much with my own work, but over the years I’ve found that they are really fun and easy to turn into PowerPoint templates. Yeah, I know – PowerPoint isn’t really considered “cool” in the design world, but the fact of the matter is that I create more presentation templates for my clients than anything else. Some people just have a lot to say I guess!

This presentation template is based on one of my most recent illustrations featuring an Android logo inside a large gear. I’ve done a lot of stock illustrations featuring the Android logo over the years, and I never seem to run out of ideas for more. That says a lot considering that I’m primarily an Apple iOS guy – I admit that I’ve been fighting the urge to step over to the land of Google. Time will tell.

Anyway, this is kind of a dark template but I think it’s appropriate given that it is aimed towards designers and developers who might need a presentation theme that’s a bit edgier than normal corporate templates. I personally don’t like using dark templates to present text-based information, but they do come in handy when the content consists of photos and illustrations instead of text. Imagery just seems to pop a whole lot better over dark backgrounds.

Click here download this template

Once downloaded, you’ll find a fully editable cover slide, and two different types of interior pages.

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