These are theme files designed for the presentation software, Keynote’13 (Ver. 6.x.x) or later of the Apple, Inc.
Default themes of the Keynote look targeting for business presentation due to rather larger fonts. To fit for scientific presentation, I created theme files with smaller fonts so that presentations contain more information.
The folders named “en” and “ja” include theme files of English and Japanese editions, respectively.
The difference of editions is that of default fonts. Default font of English edition is Helvetica Neue and, that of Japanese is Hiragino Kaku-Gothic. You can install theme files by opening .kth files.
Among these themes, positions and styles of texts are standardized to be useful for changing themes.
Japanesque Style Themes
A combination of a pattern representing water flow and pictures of irises, which have been created by Korin Ogata.
Figures depicted at lower half represent clouds, which are traditional patterns called egasumi. Colors of night sky are imported from Hiroshige Ando‘s print.
Patterns at the backgrounds represent blue waves, called Seigaiha. Symbols at the top and the bottom represent pine branches.
Background patterns are called asanoha, and decorative figures are called Kikkoh-Hanabishi.
Background patterns represent cherry blossoms, and a decorative figure at the top represents a wheel, which is called Genji-Guruma.
Other Themes and Icon Collection
Positions or styles of texts are common for other themes here. This can be used as a base for making other themes.
A simple and light-weight theme.
An icon collection that is useful for presentations: faces, computers with faces, users, and curved arrows.
- Toshihiro Kamishima is NOT liable for any damages or losses, arising out of or related to your use or inability to use these theme files.
- You can freely redistribute your presentation files that uses these themes.
- You must not redistribute these theme files themselves.