When you need to outline the main idea, create a nice header or even logo, you can easily do it in PowerPoint, using sketched banners.
In this post, you will find more ways of how to use banners in the presentation, and some of them are quite unusual
#1: Creative Agenda with Sketched Points
The first case is probably the most obvious example of using such stripe. If you apply nice appropriate font and the same hand drawn style to every point, the agenda will differ from boring default templates.
#2: Header of a Text Slide or Map
On the pictures you can see the examples of using ribbons as the title of a slide – after it, you can place text, diagram, chart or map. Even if such header is followed only by bare text, the slide will look more engaging.
#3: Banner Bullets in a Form of an Arrow or Flag
#4: Putting Note or Brief Description
#5: Brackets to Outline Main Ideas
Those are five ways of using banners and brackets on slides. Share your ways of using such visual elements in comments.
All examples are from our Sketched Banners collection. It contains over 40 pencil sketched shapes: banners, label ribbons, bookmarks and creative brackets. All elements are fully editable in PowerPoint and ready to use.