July 14, 2011 in iWork
[prMac.com] Sakiai, Lithuania - Graphic Node, a graphic design company that specialises in creating themes, templates, and illustrations for Mac OS X, has announced another addition to its assortment of themes for Apple's Keynote. 10 new and impressive themes have been added to the 20 designs from previous version of Still Themes, which allows Keynote users to explore different ways of transforming their presentations into standout productions.
"Still Themes collection enables Keynote users to choose the perfect theme design for any topic of presentation," says Jolita Unguvaitiene, Graphic Node's general manager. After the latest update, buyers on the full bundle will receive 30 outstanding themes for less than $ 1 (USD) each.
Graphic Node's Still Themes package offers a diversity of presentation styles with unique backgrounds, coordinated fonts, custom bullets, matching tables and easily-readable charts. Still Themes enable Keynote users to choose a perfect design for any sort of presentation. Users can type or paste in their own text, add and remove text boxes, change fonts, and drag their photos or pictures on to presentation slides to supplant the placeholders.
* Apple iWork 08 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Still Themes is only $ 19.00 (USD) and available for purchase and download from the Graphic Node website and on Mac App Store.
The themes are available in up to five standard slide sizes: 1920x1080, 1680x1050, 1280x720, 1024x768 and 800x600 pixels.
Graphic Node is a graphic design company based in Lithuania. It is committed to creating exceptional templates and themes for the Mac OS X community. It launched in 2011 and now offers an extensive choose of beautifully crated themes for iWork, iWeb and other applications. The small team of dedicated professionals at Graphic Node works hard to ensure the consistent quality of their products and maintains a constant focus on their users. Copyright 2011 Graphic Node. All Rights Reserved. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U. S and/or other countries.