Project Description

Memphis is a free Google Slides theme and PowerPoint template. A fresh and trendy template with pastel colors, abstract, and floral elements.

A feel-good fresh and trendy template

Colors impact moods and feelings. We can even talk about Color Psychology. As a matter of fact, colors are sometimes used for therapy.

Presenters, we have good news for you: this template will put your audience in a very good mood! Indeed, the soft pastel colors inspire openness, softness, calmness, and composure. These are pretty good moods that any presenter would love to ignite, right? In fact, that’s actually the best situation for your audience to completely focus on your message.

Specifically, its design takes inspiration from the Memphis style. Memphis design comes from the eighties. It uses pastel colors, geometric shapes, and bold, repetitive patterns. Just like this template. Except that we softened a little bit the pattern: lighter colors and we added floral elements.

Finally, the presentation theme “Memphis” contains a selection of 6 master slide layouts: title (cover) slide, title and content (2 variants), section (2), and a ‘thank you!’ closing slide. Both section slides have picture placeholders. And the same for the very last slide: a placeholder will let you insert your own photo very easily and nicely above your contact information.

Shapes are 100% editable: colors and sizes can be easily changed (go to the Slide Master View).

Includes 2 slide option designs: Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9).

Widescreen (16:9) size preview – 7 slides:

This ‘MEMPHIS Template for PowerPoint and Google Slides’ features:

  • 6 unique slides (preview)
  • Uses Slide Master: 1 master with 6 layout slides
  • Ready to use template with text/picture placeholders and background (does not include the photos used in the featured image preview)
  • Custom color theme (built-in palette)
  • Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9) aspect ratios
  • POTX file (PowerPoint) and for Google Slides

Free font used:

  • Calibri, Calibri Light

Photo credits (just for the preview):

The photos used in the featured image come from Unsplash. All photos published on Unsplash can be used for free (read the full license here) – thanks, guys!