Concept Slides: Animated (People) Triangles

Created: Friday, June 25, 2010, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:16 am

Inspired to create this one when I saw a series of tangram-like triangles, I just went a little ahead and added a second set of smaller triangles to ensure that every part of the slide was covered. And then these triangles were filled with pictures and animated to do a fade and wipe at the same time. PowerPoint 2010 does the simultaneous fade and wipe the best, and if you don’t have access to that version, look at the YouTube video I embedded at the bottom of this page, where you can also download the actual PowerPoint file. This file can only be downloaded by Indezine members, and membership is free.


OK, I like the second slide with the duotone like pictures better — and these are all Theme driven, so change your Themes and change all the colors. You can also use this slide, and change all the picture fills and still retain the triangles and animation in your next presentation! Learn fill techniques for PowerPoint 2007 or 2010 and PowerPoint 2003 to change the pictures.

Categories: animation, powerpoint, presentation_samples, shapes

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