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Sam CholeraFounder @ iSpy Sport Search

What software do you use to create great looking pitch decks?

A software that you have experience of
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    Complete presentation platform for professionals

    Tavi LachFreelancer Β· Written
    Niftio is actually a tool for presentations, so they have a lot of templates and some pitch deck templates.
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    Awesome Design Tools

    The best design tools for everything.

    Lisa DziubaMaker & PMM. Built & Sold my startup πŸ¦„ Β· Written
    Lisa Dziuba made this product
    You can use any design tool for UI & UX and do great pitch deck pretty fast. In this design list, you can find 20+ UI design tools πŸ‘Œ Good luck with making nice pitch deck!
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    Sketch 40

    Latest version of the vector drawing tool

    Derek JobstSoftware Engineer Β· Written
    Sketch is great because it is a lot faster to use than Adobe Illustrator for most things and is fairly powerful. Plus, you can just copy and paste into Keynote or Powerpoint. It's not perfect, but it satisfies my desire for more power than either of those two products.
  4. You might be thinking that this isn't quite what you were looking for but Keynote is incredible. A pitch deck should be simple and to the point. My most recent pitch was made using keynote and we kept everything to a minimum. Black text on a white background with each slide only having a title (and a subtitle on one slide). Play around and don't be afraid to ask around either on what looks good. I personally have always found the clean and simple slides most affective as that directs attention to you, the speaker. People invest not in ideas but in the people behind the ideas.
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    Basically, what Tyler said. You need a tool that puts together great visuals and copy in a smart and straightforward way. It doesn't have a lot of features, bells, and whistles. But it does let you put together your visuals and data together in a no-nonsense way
    Chris MessinaπŸ† #1 Hunter! Β· Written
    Keynote is still the most reliable and expressive tool for building presentations. It's a bit fiddly and has a relatively deep learning curve, but it's still what I rely on for my own presentations.
  5. Vinit AgrawalCo-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com) Β· Written
    This is an unconventional way to do this, but it is quite efficient and direct in communicating the point across. Check the medium post around this: https://medium.com/swlh/open-let... You can make your own pitch bot at: https://admin.hellotars.com/ Full Disclosure: I am the maker of this Product.
  6. Jessica KarleFounder, Companion Β· Written
    This might sound old school, but even with advancements in Sketch and Keynote, InDesign really is the best tool for typography and refined layouts. It's made for publishing so it's super easy to set up grids, master templates, set type and character styles, baseline grids etc. However, it's not as advanced with video embeds or motion. So I'll often layout all of my decks in InDesign and then export PDFs, drop them into Keynote and add animations, prototypes etc. Other layout tools aren't advanced enough for the level of finesse I'm looking for on the type and layout side of things.
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    AI-powered presentations

    Hands down the easiest, best looking tool that makes you look a pro. Dang near impossible to ruin a slide design!
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    Amazingly simple graphic design

    NicolasWorking on something. Β· Written
    Easy to use with a good freemium offer!
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    DeckRobot for PowerPoint

    Make your slides shine with one click ✨

    Olga VakulenkoMarketing and Events Β· Written
    Olga Vakulenko made this product
    Designs with help of AI :) really cool stuff!
  10. Olga VakulenkoMarketing and Events Β· Written
    Olga Vakulenko made this product
    From by a founder to a founder :D All pains resolved with AI
  11. MotyarGo Developer Β· Written
    Motyar made this product
    Fast and easy for quick slideshows.
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    The tool that brings content to life

    I use Genially. It is so easy to use, interactive slides without having to code make a great deck. Not only is it impressive but it made you look like you have really put a lot of efforts in. You can import most of your photos/ media etc or use genially one; they integrated with several sources like giphy unsplash, pixel, Behance, dribble or more; plus you can export your slides to HTML, they will provide you with HTML I-frame codes and honestly the works looks pretty damn impressive and really easy to use. Check out their templates preview, it is damn impressive and you can use it right away. Other than that, I recommend keynote, slidebeans, or past.
  13. Ivan BurbanCMO at Stripo Β· Written
    Great ppt presentations in 10 minutes
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    Stripo 2.0

    WYSIWYG editor for interactive AMP emails

    Ivan BurbanCMO at Stripo Β· Written
    Ivan Burban made this product
    We craeete our pitch deck as email template and send it every months.