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Theme – Dark Aurora

Posted on Saturday, June 16th, 2007 under Design Downloads | No comments

For this past week at camp, I created a custom Apple Keynote theme called Dark Aurora. The biggest goal behind it was to make something dark and simple, yet still engaging. It should be perfect for some of your upcoming worship-related events, were limited projector color/contrast is a problem.

Dark Aurora Theme

Dark Aurora Theme - Detail

You can download the iWork ‘06 version here (if anyone happens to need compatibility with iWork ‘05, just let me know).

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