Presentation design with one click
Making a professional slide presentation requires time and design skills that many users lack. Our presentation software separates content from design, allowing you to focus on what matters most. Then, it takes care of the formatting automatically.
In other words, all you do is add your content, we convert it into beautiful slides.
Slide design, no effort
Our technology ensures that every single slide looks as stunning as the next. The Slidebean interface provides the user with key guidelines to ensure their presentations look their best.
A combination of design templates, high-end color palettes and a premium selection of fonts, allows you to define the look of your presentation with a few clicks. Once you're done, you can change it as many times as you need for a new, fresh visual style.
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A Sample Slidebean Presentation
Creating a presentation from scratch is an exhausting, inefficient process. We offer dozens of pre-built templates for your presentations, created by like experts like Guy Kawasaki and Dave McClure. Our team has selected and curated the most relevant presentation outlines for your purposes.
For pitch decks
for sales pitches
Slidebean is a cloud-based platform, which makes it compatible with any modern browser in any operating system. The presentation that you started on your Mac will look the same on the PC you use to present, simply access the URL. You can also share your slides with anyone and rest assured that your deck will look as stunning it is meant to.
Embed any presentation on your website using a simple HTML script.
Get analytics for your presentations, from number of views to slide view length.
NO PLUGINS REQUIRED
Export to PDF or PPT
No internet? No problem. Request an export and get a copy of your slides in a matter of minutes.
Control your slides with your phone
Use our remote control feature to control the flow of your presentation from your phone. No apps required.
Track your viewer's actions for each presentation, from the time they spent in the presentation to the number of slides they saw.