Between Microsoft’s venerable PowerPoint and Apple’s Keynote app, giving a presentation in the 21st century is drop dead simple. Any Mac user who’s dipped a toe into Keynote knows there’s just one weakness.
Graphic styles. You can never have too many graphic style and design elements.
Actually, both Keynote and Pages have plenty of templates which can be altered with ease. What the app Graphic Styles does is add another 125 excellent designs to your favorite Mac iWork apps at about 8-cents each.
Here’s a sample.
The package has elements which work well in Keynote and Pages and include 69 frame sets, 27 pattern sets, 15 character sets, and 14 bullet sets.
Each image comes with a transparent background so they can be dropped onto patterned or colored backgrounds in either app.
The bonus feature is that Graphic Styles can be used with Apple’s Numbers and iBooks Author apps.
The whole package of styles smacks of good quality and each element can be adjusted– tint, brightness, fill, opacity, and more. Not bad for about 8-cents each.