Gradient Powerpoint Templates and Google Slides Themes

Graphic designers, artists, business owners, startup founders, coaches, students, and other creatives can slide into success with these free gradient presentation templates from our dazzling slide templates library.

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Stay Nuanced With a Free Gradient Slide Template

Upgrading your style? You’ll love these gradient PowerPoint templates. Freelancers, artists, students, personal coaches, small business owners, consultants, marketers, social media experts, and other professionals will get the support they need with this collection. Find themes for rainbow gradients, minimal gradients, college brochures, branding kits, recruitment webinars, internship reports, creator portfolios, business plans, research presentations, and more. Easily rearrange each layout to suit your project needs. Choose your own photos, images, colors, and fonts. Upload your brand logo. As soon as you’ve found your theme, download it in Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Canva. In any format, lean on Canva’s intuitive editor for creative support.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you make a gradient presentation in PowerPoint?

To make a gradient presentation, click the “Design” pane on the main menu bar. Next, select the “format background” option. Choose “gradient fill” and create your custom gradient of two, three, or more colors by adding in color stops.

How can you change the color in your presentation without changing the design?

Find the Design tab, then select Variants, Colors, Customize Colors. You can then choose from 12 featured theme colors. To locate the exact shade you want, select More Colors. Once you make your selection, the basic design and layout of your presentation will stay the same but the elements will change their tone.

How to make a good gradient presentation?

To make a well-designed gradient presentation, choose colors that are complimentary, analogous, or triadic; be sure the chosen colors suit the emotional tone of your message; and select colors that match your existing brand.