PowerPoint Concept Slides: Organic Rectangles

Created: Saturday, March 23, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



You could easily drag and draw a rectangle in PowerPoint but everyone in your audience has seen thousands of such rectangles – and they do not stand apart any more. So how can you create a different type of rectangle that has no straight lines or perfect, geometrical shapes? You can easily achieve this hand drawn look with our Organic Shapes series. Rectangles are just one of the common shapes that we doodled on paper – and then reproduced as native PowerPoint shapes for you to use. Including rectangles, our Organic Shapes collection contains 8 shape types – each type has 10 variants – so you end up with 80 hand-drawn shape options! These shapes will help break the monotony of text heavy slides, and assist you in explaining difficult concepts better to your audiences. Using these organic shapes also convinces your audiences that you care enough about them to make the slides look appealing and comprehensible. What’s more, these shapes are also so much fun to use!

  

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