December 7, 2009 in iWork (E)
[prMac.com] Jacksonville, Florida - Divine Fiat today announced Contemporary, their new theme for Apple's Keynote Presentation Software. The Contemporary Theme has a colorful but understated way of presenting ideas and images. The American Typewriter font against the subdued and textured backgrounds of tan, orange and two tones of green brings a crisp contemporary style to your presentations. The photo frames slightly hovering with a gentle shadow completes the look.
* Supports Keynote Version: 5.0
* Leverages American Typewriter for a crisp look
* Supports 800, 1024, 1280, 1680 & 1920 Theme Sizes
* Text Layouts: 36
* Photo Layouts: 44
* Total Layouts: 80
"This theme was inspired by a birthday card my parents sent me" said Phillip Gore, founder of Divine Fiat. "It's a great theme with a sentimental attachment for me."
Contemporary provides a number of different customizable scrollwork objects along with our standard selection of customizable icon objects to change up the look and feel of your presentations. Custom texture and color swatches for each of the four different color backboards along with six suggested alternate picture frames completes the package. Contemporary is a wonderful compliment to Apple's iLife Suite.
* Mac OS X Version 10.4 Tiger or later (Leopard and Snow Leopard Compatible)
* Keynote Version: 5.0 or later
* 59.9 MB Hard Drive space
* American Typwriter Font Required
Pricing and Availability:
Contempoarary is available immediately for $26.00 (USD). Theme sets may be purchased for $46.80, a 10% savings over buying individually.
Located in sunny Jacksonville, Florida, Divine Fiat is a privately held company founded in 2005 by Phillip Gore. With a focus on innovation, Divine Fiat's mission is to produce creative themes for Apple's Keynote presentation software that are elegant and understated, simple but not simplistic, with superior customer service and support. Copyright (C) 2005-2009 Divine Fiat. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Keynote are registered trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.