Browse SlidesCarnival's collection of technology free presentation templates that you can customize with your own colors and images. Use these tech PowerPoint templates and Google Slides themes to talk about the future of technology, consulting, IT, internet, software, mobile innovation, etc. All designs have multiple layouts and editable elements so you can have a professional presentation ready in minutes. Your information will be used to send you an email every time a new template is published. We will only send you relevant information and will never sell your information to any third parties.
Free technology PowerPoint templates and Google Slides themes
Give a presentation about engineering or programming with this template. With a blueprint style to mimic the technical drawings used in industry. Designed by Jimena Catalina. Are you going to give a presentation about building things, engineering or programming? Then this is the perfect free Powerpoint template or Google Slides theme for your deck. This template uses a blueprint style and a monospaced font to emulate the technical drawings used in construction and industry. You can customize it by changing the blue background color in order to make it more original or adapt it to your brand.
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When a technical presentation is part of your job interviewing process, you want to make sure your presentation is exciting, job-relevant and motivational. Depending on the position, your visual presentation might include graphics, charts, statistical information, flow charts, text or complex diagrams, requiring detailed explanations. As you present the information, you must make sure the interviewers stay interested in your content and can logically follow your line of reasoning. Otherwise, they might lose focus and mentally write you off as a job candidate.
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