Get a load of all these Lego PowerPoint Backgrounds. There’s enough lego here to build a pyramid! And, with our designers being as thorough as they are, they’ve shot the lego pile from all angles. They were in their collective element.
Get them while they’re hot: download these backgrounds by clicking on them to open them in PowerPoint, and then save them to your PC. Alternatively, right click on an image and select “Save Target As”, or whichever option allows your browser to save the target of the link. You can then amend them how you see fit, ready for your future presentations.
Question: have you ever seen an orange lego brick?
Challenge: ask someone at work “if they like lego”. Watch your personal space grow.
We called these Discs PowerPoint Backgrounds, because we couldn’t decide whether they looked like smarties or not. In the end, we chose discs, but you call them what you want. The important thing to remember is that they are FREE PowerPoint backgrounds!
For those astute PowerPoint users out there, you’ll notice that some of the backgrounds have what’s called depth of field (DOF); where the “subject” is in focus and the background becomes more and more blurred the further away it is.
We digress! Open up the backgrounds in PowerPoint by clicking on each of the images above. You can then save them to your computer and amend them to fit your needs. Some of the backgrounds are a little dark, and may need a lighter coloured font, but we have every faith in your colour scheming abilities. Trial and error is the key. There are one or two backgrounds that are much lighter and you could probably get away with using a black font for your text on those.
If you like gambling, you’ll love these photo-realistic Dice PowerPoint Backgrounds. In fact, you’ll love them even if you loathe gambling. They’re that good.
All our designers have OCDs and when we give them a project such as “create PowerPoint backgrounds with dice in them”, they tend to explore all the angles, experiment with colours, dabble with depths of field and even widen camera angles to a crazy degree.
Some backgrounds are pretty minimal and comprise large areas of white space; ideal if you want a clean, minimal presentation design, or you just like black type on a white background. Others have darker backgrounds that may warrant lighter coloured fonts. It’s your call. And it’s probably best if you experiment with your font colours, anyway. Don’t be put off by the fact that some of the images above appear cut off, as they are cut off! When you open them in PowerPoint, you’ll see the background in its entirety.
We’ve got blue dice, red dice, green dice, purple dice, dice with motion blur, dice with depth of field etc. Open the backgrounds up in PowerPoint by clicking on their image, save them to your computer and modify them to fit the needs of your presentations. They’re all free to download.