When I look at these PowerPoint backgrounds, I can’t get Paul Weller’s song out of my head. But hey, it’s better than the song that was there before. But I digress.
Click on an image above to open up its PowerPoint background equivalent in your favourite Microsoft presentation program. Save it to your computer’s hard drive with a deft ctrl + s and you can then amend it to meet your own requirements. Then deliver a swish presentation to a dazzled audience.
Your presentation doesn’t have to be about shiny pebbles, but it can be if you want. Obviously we can’t police the content of your presentations, however much we’d like to, sinners! How could we judge it anyway? We know how subjective metaphor can be. I digress.
What do these pebbles signify anyway? The fine balance in our lives? The precarious nature of your personal finances? Your child’s artistic beach inspired offering? If metaphor is your bag, you could probably use these backgrounds for just about anything. Feel free to email us with your outlandish uses for our stylish PowerPoint templates.
Don’t. We were just trying to politely include you. But it was a blatantly superficial ploy to get you to finish reading this sentence. If you don’t agree that it was blatant, then I know a Nigerian banker who I’d love you to meet. Ha, I said “love you”. With that said, I’ll leave the room awkwardly.
Whoa! Don’t spend it all at once!
These Poker Chips PowerPoint backgrounds could be used for a variety of presentations. If you like irony, you could use them in a presentation about finance. And no boring words to get in the way, just pictures!
If you don’t fall in love with these beautiful images of poker chips, I’ll eat my hat. Or at least get one of my gullible designers to do it for me on my behalf.
If you click on one of the images above, it will open up in PowerPoint. Press ctrl + s to save it to your computer as a template. Alternatively, you can right click on an image and select “save as” to save it there instead. Download them all!
All we ask is that you don’t republish them on another website or sell them. You can use them in your own presentations that you deliver personally, though.
If you like the colour blue and you like rings, it must be your birthday and Christmas all rolled into one day today. And if you like PowerPoint backgrounds then throw in Easter Sunday too. Put them all together and what have you got? Blue 3D rings PowerPoint backgrounds.
Our designers have already created some PowerPoint backgrounds with 3D rings on them, but you know what they are like. A perseverative dog with a bone.
There are 12 gorgeous 3D ring backgrounds to download for free here, so take your pick (or take all of them). You are free to use them in your own presentations but you can’t sell them or republish them on another website.
Click on an image you like and it will open that background, already formatted for you, in PowerPoint. Use ctrl + s to save it to your computer, and Bob’s your auntie’s live in lover. You can then amend the template (for that is what it is) to your heart’s content.
If you like these backgrounds, why not show us some love on Facebook by liking us? If you do, maybe I’ll start paying our designers.
If ever there was a bunch of multi coloured robot eyeballs lying peacefully on your desk, it would look like this. Where is the rest of the robots you might ask? And is there a motley crew of myopic robots lurching around the place and menacing the innocent public? Yes, all good questions.
These PowerPoint backgrounds might be good for presentations on streamlining processes at the robot factory. Of course, you will want to make sure that there are no robots in your audience who might feel squeamish at the sight of their mutilated brethren. Just saying.
Anyway, click on an image to open up a template in PowerPoint. They’re so seductively shiny and colourful, you’ll no doubt want more than one. Help yourself! With a deft ctrl +s you can have the background saved to your computer in no time. From there you can add your own content and deliver striking robotic presentations in the very near future.
These PowerPoint backgrounds with 3d rings are superb, if we say so ourselves. They are colourful, some are shiny, they have just the right perspective. And they’re FREE!
There are twelve 3d ring PowerPoint backgrounds that you can avail yourselves of published right here. You don’t need to sweat over your own graphics program, or even create something within PowerPoint itself – because we’ve done all the hard work for you.
Simply peruse this batch of glorious backgrounds, pick one – or all – background you like, click on it to open it in PowerPoint and you are away. Don’t forget to save it to your computer with a ctrl +s and then start adding your own content.
You can use these backgrounds in as many presentations as you like – just don’t redistribute them elsewhere (like burning to CDs and selling them or republishing them on other websites). Das ist verboten!
You may be wondering what the dials in these PowerPoint backgrounds are for. Well, they are for measuring the brain activity of our talented PowerPoint designers. One for each brain cell. Maybe choosing 3 dials was a little optimistic…
Anyway, just think of what kind of subject matter you could use these templates for. Maybe the dials are compasses and you want to give your shipwrecked and marooned comrades a little motivational presentation? Hold on, they look a little like watches, don’t they? So if your spouse’s time triggered OCD’s have reached a new level and you want to trigger a new episode with a presentation about time keeping, these backgrounds will be right up your street. We can supply a whole bunch of extra timepieces if required.
You know the drill: click on an image to open up that background in PowerPoint and press ctrl + s immediately to save it to your hard drive. Amend them to your heart’s content and dish them up in future OCD/shipwrecked motivation presentations.
Merely by gazing upon a small sample of these PowerPoint backgrounds will you easily conclude that the theme is individualism. There’s a hundred cylinder things there, and only one is blue. You can look at any particular scene, and identify with that downtrodden soul who is “different”, yet who has the strength to stand apart and yell “I am my own special creation“.
The blue colour makes a beautiful contrast with the plentifule white, but then the blue transmogrifies into… something else.
I shall tell you precisley what happend after background 5: a gurrl walked in and insisted that the “individiual” should be… pink. So, what can you do?
Fortunately for us, we picked a very “flexible” cylinder who could “change colours”. I think you know what I mean. This cylinder certainly was his/her own special creation. We digress.
There are 12 PowerPoint backgrounds above and if you click on one it will open up in PowerPoint. We allow you to save the template to your computer (ctrl+s) and we allow you to use the templates in your own presentations only. We don’t allow you to republish them on another website or sell them. 🙂
You probably appreciate by now how strongly our designers are drawn to shiny objects. It should come as no surprise, then, to see this new batch of shiny shapes PowerPoint backgrounds. What’s better than shiny cubes? That’s right: shiny cubes and shiny balls.
You’d have to go a long way to find backgrounds that were more shiny and reflective. I suppose these backgrounds are a little on the abstract side. Or perhaps even a little on the “broken Newton’s Cradle” side.
Left click on the backgrounds you like to open up a PowerPoint background, and quickly save it to your computer. We don’t want all your hard work, in the form of template changes, being lost in the case of a power cut or a computer crash. Anend these backgrounds how you see fit and then use them in your own presentations. You’ll have your audience cooing over the extreme shininess, make no mistake.
We had you in mind when we made the title slide the full picture and the content slides just a partial picture. The cropped picture appears at the left hand side of your content slides to allow more space for your content. How thoughtful.
Or how responsive to criticism, depending on how you want to look at it.
Our designers love playing games, and this week they’ve mostly been playing dominoes. Hence, the plethora of opportunities to take shots of dominoes from all angles. And that’s precisley what they have done, to create these lush dominoes PowerPoint backgrounds.
It was a hard job to get them to put their toys down for two minutes so that we could get our work done, but we did it. If you look closely, you find dominoes in all colours. There are evensome transparent dominoes backgrounds. And there are also some very shiny dominoes.
Click on a design you see above to open up the background in PowerPoint and then save it to your PC. Youcan then amend them and use them in your own presentations.