First slide of presentation templates (that pull people in)

Free templates for the first slide of the presentation - made for modern professionals. Grab & hold attention with slides beyond the same-old first page of ppt.

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First slide of presentation template - Video grid on side
First slide of presentation - Video grid on side
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First slide of presentation
Opening slide of presentation - Video background
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First slide of presentation template with logo and video background
First slide of presentation with logo - Video background
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Animated first slide of presentation template
Animated first slide of presentation
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Interactive first slide of presentation template - CTA - Book a meeting
Interactive first slide of presentation - CTA - Book a meeting
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First slide template - 2 buttons CTA - Video background
First slide - 2 buttons CTA - Video background
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First slide of presentation template - Video on side
First slide of presentation - Video on side
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What should be the first slide of a presentation?

The first page of ppt should act like the cover of a book. It should give the would-be reader or audience a clear idea of what’s inside.

A PowerPoint first slide is commonly called a title slide or a cover slide, and it should include 3 main elements: (1) a title detailing the topic of the presentation, (2) An image that visually supports the title by adding more clarity to the topic, and (3) the reading time required to consume the presentation.


What is the best ppt first-page design?

The best first-page design for a ppt presentation or other more modern presentations is a mix of text and visuals that work together to provide the audience with a clear sense that the presentation is relevant, interesting, and worth reading. The best design choice is using a video with a short title text and tagline. A video will be effective in grabbing attention and a well-crafted title will make clear what the benefit of reading the presentation will be.

If you want to create an effective presentation, consider reading our guide on how to create an effective presentation.

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