Flat Apple Devices in PowerPoint

How often do you open PowerPoint to create something other than a presentation? If you don’t know, you may be missing out on some of the most powerful features it has to offer. Once you strip away all the text placeholders and bullet points, you’ll quickly realize that PowerPoint can be as capable as any other graphic design tool.

I recently worked on a project where I needed several graphics of various Apple devices. Rather than buying them from another source or searching endlessly for free ones, I decided it would be easy enough to create them myself. At first, I thought I’d use Adobe Illustrator to create the graphics, but after a few minutes I realized how much easier and quicker it would be to create the same thing in PowerPoint using simple shapes—so, that’s what I did!


Feel free to download the PowerPoint file to edit and use these graphics yourself. You can scale, edit and save them in a matter of minutes! Enjoy!

Tim Slade
Tim Slade is a speaker, author, and award-winning freelance eLearning designer. Having spent the last decade working to help others elevate their eLearning and visual communications content, Tim has been recognized and awarded within the eLearning industry multiple times for his creative and innovative design aesthetics. Tim is a regular speaker at international eLearning conferences, is a recognized Articulate Super Hero, author of The eLearning Designer’s Handbook and creator of The eLearning Designer's Academy.

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