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15+ Creative Presentation Ideas and Templates to Use Today

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15+ Creative Presentation Ideas and Templates to Use Today

Struggling with ideas for a creative presentation? There are many non-standard, creative presentation templates available. Here, we present you the best of the best.

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John McTale

Editor-in-chief

Jun 8, 2021

 

 

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If you’re in a creative line of work, you need creative presentations. Otherwise, you lose credibility. The problem? So many creative presentation ideas and designs online try too hard. The effect? Stylish touches become silly-looking gimmicks and, instead of enhancing your brand and your message, the presentation design stands in the way of both.

Creativity for creativity’s sake will get you nowhere (and you know it). But who would have the time to browse through thousands of templates to find the *perfect* one? Well, I did, so you don’t have to.

Below, you’ll see a hand-picked gallery of the finest creative presentation templates available online today. All downloadable with a single click. All fuss-free and easy to edit.

 

Storydoc creative presentation templates

 

“Creativity” in presentations isn’t just about fancy colors, unique fonts, or out-of-the-box slide layout. Nowadays, if you really want your presentation to stand out, a static slideshow will never do.

To help you grab the attention of modern-day audiences and raise above the noise of identically-looking, boring slides, we created Storydoc—a dynamic, animated presentation maker for the Web. Take us for a spin and see how we can turn your slides into unique experiences for your viewers.

Here's an example of a creative presentation template transformed in our tool:

Before

After

Slide-based presentations are a relic of the past. With Storydoc, you’ll get interactive content you never thought you’d have. Wow your audience, make a lasting impression, and close more deals. Ready in a flash.

If you’re looking for other kinds of neat templates for presentations, too, make sure to check out some of our carefully crafted selections:

Now, here’s a list of the most unique presentation designs.

 

Creative presentation templates & ideas

aesthetic

Aesthetic

Kicking off with this elegant and classy template brought to you by Goashape design studio. A great choice for any presentation based on images or pictures—think fashion, real estate, travelling, or interior design. If visuals are the key for you, this one should work great!

Editing: Canva only.

Download here
arkie

Arkie

Similarly to “Aesthetic” above, Arkie lets you make the most of visual assets of your presentation, but the creative use of shading and transparency will allow for way more text. The bundle comes with 60+ slide layout options, a pack of vector icons, and custom fonts.

Editing: MS PowerPoint.

Download here
sorcha

Sorcha

I’ll be frank: Sorcha offers the best value for money out of all the creative presentation template ideas on our list so if you need a great template but are on a budget, take this one for a spin. The layout of the slides is dynamic and attention-grabbing, the color palette—calm and eye-pleasing. And filling this one out comes really effortlessly.

Editing: MS PowerPoint.

Download here
minml

Minml

Following the modern trend of skipping certain vowels, “Minml,” from BervisualDesign has got a bold, vibrant, youthful look. As advertised by its creators, it will work best for creative formats (surprise, surprise): portfolios, catalogues, lookbooks, or digital magazines.

Editing: MS PowerPoint.

Download here
pastel

Pastel

Perhaps not quite as creative and unforgettable as some of the previous presentation designs, Pastel is the first free creative presentation template on our list. Hand-drawn visuals add a bit of a personal touch to the presentation, the pastel colors have that magic soothing effect.

Editing: MS PowerPoint and Google Slides.

Download here

All the templates above?

Yeah, they’re pretty. But Storydoc gives you much more than nice-looking presentations. 

We deliver real results. 

Transform your static presentation with Storydoc and close more deals, improve engagement metrics, and increase your customer base. Like these teams did:

colorful

Colorful

Another free-to-use asset, “Colorful” from Slidesgo is a mix of energetic color and simplistic design and it works really well. Especially good for presentations that convey a very clear message you want your audience to remember: reports, roadmaps, mission statements.

Editing: MS PowerPoint and Google Slides.

Download here
little pop-up

Little Pop-up

If you think you’ve seen this one on our page before, you’re right! I just couldn’t help myself—this one from Slidesgo deserves to be included in this gallery since it’s one of the most creative-yet-simple presentation designs. Inspired by the 90s’ aesthetic with a modern twist, it’s a great choice for informal presentations.

Editing: MS PowerPoint and Google Slides.

Download here
agency

Agency

Developed by BervisualStudio, “Agency” will work fantastic as a template for various creative projects. Colors and fonts work together very well and there’s a nice balance between text fields and image placeholders. As the name suggests, a good pick for creative agencies.

Editing: Keynote.

Download here
Bucharest

Bucharest

The “Bucharest” template by RonaldoCustoms design studio is fun, easy to work with, and memorable. The pack comes with 36 slide layouts, all of which are dynamic and vibrant. A fantastic pick for more artsy presentations and portfolios.

Editing: MS PowerPoint.

Download here
innovation

Innovation

industry in mind, “Innovation,” available on Canva is the kind of template you go for when you need a basic, formal presentation but want to sneak in that little bit of personality. Perhaps the least “creative” on the list, it’s still eye-catchy and unique.

Editing: Canva only.

Download here
creavit

Creavit

impressive creative presentation pack comes with plenty of advanced data visualization options: charts, graphs, and timelines for any purpose you might think of. All wrapped in a lightweight, stylish design.

Editing: MS PowerPoint.

Download here
rresentation

Rresentation

Easily the most advanced template in our gallery, “Rresentation,” by Elena Prudius of Russia is a perfect example of visual storytelling. There aren’t too many placeholder text fields for longer chunks of writing, the impact of this creative template stems from hard-hitting images and supplemental visuals. Caveat: it’s best to know a thing or two about graphic design before deciding to give this one a go.

Editing: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator.

Download here
caldea

Caldea

Created in Apple’s Keynote but compatible with PowerPoint and GoogleSlides, “Caldea” by Visuel Colonie is a perfect embodiment of creative simplicity. At first glance, there’s not much going on, yet you can’t help but be drawn to the neatly-designed slides. As a bonus, you get hundreds of custom vector graphics and good slide layouts for data visualization.

Editing: MS PowerPoint, Keynote, Google Slides.

Download here
ad agency

AdAgency

Named “AdAgency,” this creative presentation design will surely work great for advertising, but it’s far from its only use case. The slides are, of course, well-designed and eye-catching, but the best part about this bundle is the versatility you get: you can change color schemes with a single click, slides are super easy to adjust, you get a rich selection of images to use and, on top of that, in case anything goes haywire, you can count on the creators’ online support.

Editing: MS PowerPoint.

Download here
sneakers

Sneakers

Created for the fashion industry but potentially great for other visual presentations (graphic design, real estate, home decor, and more), “Sneakers” by Studio Arah Angin is a modern and professional template. Need an idea for a creative presentation that will let your visuals do the talking? Seek no further.

Editing: MS PowerPoint.

Download here

And that's a wrap!

 

There you have it! I hope you enjoyed our gallery of the most creative presentation ideas and formats. Before you pick your fave and go wild, just a word of caution: make sure your target audience is the right fit for a creative type of presentation. If you’re in a more corporate line of work, you might be better off going for a more conservative kind.

Always remember that it’s more about them than it is about you. Good luck with your deck!

 

John McTale

Hi, I'm John, Editor-in-chief at Storydoc. As a content marketer and digital writer specializing in B2B SaaS, my main goal is to provide you with up-to-date tips for effective business storytelling and equip you with all the right tools to enable your sales efforts.