Plastic Bank got their new powerpoint template by running a design contest:
Build a Sales Deck to help Keep Plastic Out of the Ocean
Check out Plastic Bank's PowerPoint template contest…
The Plastic Bank makes plastic waste a currency to alleviate extreme poverty and keep plastic out of the ocean. We build the infrastructure to create a sustainable supply chain for collecting plastic waste in developing countries. Our globally trademarked "Social Plastic®" (think of it as the Fair Trade of plastic) is sold to brands who want to share in our story of social & environmental change. We build solar powered recycling markets so collectors can exchange plastic for cash, and a number of items that help improve their lives. By providing income opportunities to underprivileged people, these people are able to transcend poverty by cleaning their environment. We work with our partners to recycle that plastic waste into resin that is sold to major corporations, to be used in their products and packaging, so that they can meet their sustainability goals and be part of a story of social change. The audience is the Fortune 500 corporations who will buy Social Plastic® to use in their products. This presentation will be the first information package shared with potential partners and customers.
Content to include in the template
For this project, we want to design a Keynote compatible presentation around our existing content. We have a detailed description of what elements and content we need in the presentation in the Dropbox folder here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zsr9hg302mdy58p/AADZaxi5GDV1RgHezXSUdlT-a?dl=0 The Keynote file should be fully populated with content, along with custom font, images, and any illustrations, vector icons, logos, and graphic elements. We’ve provided a variety of images along with our logo files and previous graphics in the Dropbox folder; please get creative with how they are used. Other images may also be used; this presentation will not be shared publicly. Please match the gradient brand colours in the logo files. Table of Contents Page (Index) & preferred layout of each page Overview - Image(s) & Text - Any format you like Ocean Plastic - Image(s) & Text - Any format you like Revealing the Value in Plastic - Image(s) & Text - Any format you like Process - Custom graphic or illustration Social Plastic Recycling Markets - Image(s) & Text - Any format you like Impact - Format - 2 images & Text Press & Awards - Image(s) & Text - Any format you like Social Media - Image(s) & Text - Any format you like Price Breakdown - Pie-chart (circle-chart) Recycling Rate - Two separate 2 axis graphs Social Plastic® Specs - Statistical Table Timeline - Timeline Map - Map How to Get Started - Bullet Points Team Page - Image(s) & Text - Any format you like If you believe that you can better organize the content by combining pages, splitting content onto multiple pages, or cutting redundant content you may do so.
The goal is to clearly explain what The Plastic Bank does and why we do it, so brands understand how they can be involved. We want to tell a compelling visual story using stock images and images of the program in Haiti. The handout should be consistent with our brand (see plasticbank.org & socialplastic.org) and must be professional enough to be given to Fortune 100 customers. Please match the gradient brand colours in the logo files For examples of our previous handouts see ‘Sales Presentation’ and ‘Sales Handout’ in the Dropbox Folder. These are homemade and for reference only. The format and content of each page are detailed in attached zip file and Dropbox folder here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zsr9hg302mdy58p/AADZaxi5GDV1RgHezXSUdlT-a?dl=0
CA$799 Gold package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. PowerPoint template starts at HK$1,599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their powerpoint template.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Plastic Bank collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
We were very happy with the contest. There were some amazing designs from numerous talented artists. The design by DoubleTimeStudio resonated best with our target audience.
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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