You did a great work for us. Thank you very much for your efforts and passion.
Great designer with sense of style.
- Russel Nic
Perfect, He did what i wanted!
How Phillgrove started their other graphic design journey
Who are you known as?
Love American Homes
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Real Estate & Mortgage
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Real Estate Education - we make presentations in Keynote (or powerpoint) used to provide training. The slides contain an embedded video where the presenter presents the material on the slide.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Keynote/Powerpoint Template Needed.
I need a new master slide template - functionally similar to the one attached. Actually ALL I REALLY NEED is the image!
The key design work needed is the "sidebar". It needs to be about the same size, but I would like it to be very high tech. Perhaps look like it's titanium or some other high-tech look. The matching ornamentation on the upper left side would also be needed. That ornamentation can be round or square or whatever as long as it is not so large that it gets in the way of the content area of the slides.
I will embed a video "talking head" where the picture is now. The new template needs a placeholder for this. I will also place logos and some navigation information on the slide similarly to what is shown in my example. In different applications these logos and information may change.
The rest of the template is basically fine - white background.
Note: this is a 1080 x 1920 - wide - template. That's what is needed.
Email with questions...
I added an example video that shows how this template is used. We make hundreds of hours of video - and need a cool template.
Having a nice placeholder for the embedded video (upper right) is important - and the placeholder has to have the same dimensions as the example template I provided - so that the video can be pasted into place and so that it fits perfectly and looks built in. A tiny frame or something around the video is also not a bad idea, although we want to keep the sidebar area fairly thin so we don't loose a lot of space in the content area.