Presentations can be interactive PDFs created in Adobe InDesign, or traditional Powerpoint files. In either case, we recommend that you use a simple, branded template and let your content be the star. Don’t crowd too much text onto each slide, and use photos or clean, simple charts to convey your information.
The Word letterhead template doesn’t replace commercially printed stationery. But if you seldom use letterhead, “desktop stationery” can be an inexpensive, sustainable alternative.
Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing software application used to create works such as posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers and books. The template provided here shows options for designing title and content pages.
Microsoft PowerPoint presentations consist of a number of individual pages, or “slides,” that may contain text, graphics, sound and movies. The template provided here shows options for designing title, content and divider pages.
It’s important to ensure that the UCLA brand is preserved in all print materials, including departmental letterhead. When using Microsoft Word, use the UCLA boxed logo at top left and your department’s address in a single line at the bottom.