Portfolio Powerpoint Templates and Google Slides Themes

Students, artists, designers, freelancers, consultants, and professionals of all walks of life can put their best foot forward with a free portfolio template from our impressive slide templates library.

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Strut Your Stuff With Free Portfolio Slide Templates

There’s no one like you, and your portfolio proves it. In this dreamy collection of portfolio PowerPoint templates, you’ll find themes for every skill set under the sun, including video editing, music composition, game design, marketing, personal training, interior design, fashion, film, wellness, photography, architecture, hospitality, social media, and more.

Build your clientele with a killer series of slides, easy to personalize and fill out step-by-step. Let the design show off all your best sides so you can stay humble. When it’s all said and done, you’ll thank your lucky stars for coming across a template from this collection. Simply download in Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Canva. Boost your creativity in any format with Canva’s intuitive editor.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a portfolio presentation?

A portfolio presentation is a chance to show people who you are. When you’re pitching yourself to a prospective client, a portfolio presentation is how you tell your story, showcase your best work, share your process, and convince your audience that you’re the right person for the job. 

What to include in a portfolio PowerPoint presentation?

At a loss for direction? Try starting here:

  • Title slide: make it memorable
  • Introduction: who are you?
  • Summary of projects: greatest hits
  • Elevator pitch: what are you selling?
  • Problem: what are you tackling?
  • Solution: what’s your creative solution?
  • Strategy: how do you implement it?
  • Outcome: results from past projects
  • Testimonials: nice things people have said
  • Call-to-action
  • Contact info

How to make a good portfolio PowerPoint presentation?

Everyone’s standards are different, but here are a few things to keep in mind when creating a good portfolio presentation: 

  • Be mindful of details: yes, even typos
  • Be selective: share only your best
  • Be mindful of time: keep it tight
  • Know your limitations: be honest
  • Express interest in your audience: build trust
  • Be yourself, a human: breathe