Honestly, if you want a job doing well, you may as well do it yourself. I asked my designers to make 12 Cubes PowerPoint Templates, and they went and made 13. Obviously they didn’t realise what a superstitious lot you are and that the thirteenth template probably wouldn’t get downloaded at all. But hey, it’s your loss. And my designers’ too, as I docked them 13 month’s pay for their flagrant disregard of my instructions.
But aren’t these cubes yummy? We like to think of them as alien dice.
If you click on an image above, it will open a PowerPoint presentation with a bigger version of that image as a background. You can then save the PowerPoint to your computer and use it in your future presentations.
You know what designers are like. You mention that you want some PowerPoint backgrounds with 3d cubes on and the next thing that happens is that you get deluged with 15 of them! Their OCDs make them take shots from a multitude of different angles and use a myriad of different colours.
They went cube mad.
Still, they look pretty good in a PowerPoint presentation, and that’s what they’re for. If you are also obsessed with cubes, download these free PowerPoint backgrounds and use them in your own presentations. They’re not just images; we’ve actually inserted them into presentations already, so you don’t have to.
Clicky clicky on an image to open up the presentation in PowerPoint, save it to your PC and then amend it until the cows come home (that’s usually around 17:30 GMT).
Stay tuned for more OCD powered backgrounds.