Slides enables anyone with a web browser to easily create, present and share beautiful presentations for free. We help you make better presentations. Whether you’re presenting live to an audience or sharing privately, uploading an existing deck or creating one from scratch, working solo or collaborating with others on a team.
The company was founded by Hakim El Hattab and Owen Bossola in 2013. We are an independent and self-funded business operating solely on what we make from our paying customers (thanks!). We operate out of New York City and Stockholm, Sweden.
Hakim El Hattab Follow @hakimel
Hakim is a renowned front-end developer and interface designer with a wide following at his personal site, hakim.se. He created reveal.js, the open source presentation framework that powers presentations on Slides. Prior to Slides, Hakim was the Lead Interface Engineer for Squarespace.
Owen Bossola Follow @owenbossola
Owen is a seasoned full-stack engineer and has been making web and mobile products since 2007. Prior to Slides, he led product and engineering for startups like Thrillist, Qwiki and Capture. He lives in Brooklyn, New York with his family.
What People are Saying
Finally found an opportunity to use @slides after seeing a talk by @hakimel a few years ago.— Mike Solomon 🔂 (@solomania) January 13, 2020
Had one of those "where have you been all my life!" product moments.
Try it out the next time you're trying to make a point - trust me... ☺️
I usually HATE making slides. It takes me forever, I never know how to style stuff, doing anything repotely complex becomes a whole project... until I tried @slides.— Sarah Dayan (@frontstuff_io) January 13, 2019
I shipped 25+ slides in a single evening. I thought it’d take my whole Sunday. Now I can chill. I’m in awe 😍
Creating a presentation using @slides is a delight. I tried in the past reveal.js, Google Slides, Keynote and if you have code to show, nothing beats Slides 🙌— Leonardo Faria (@leozera) March 8, 2020
After years of mumbling insults to myself while using Google Slides I've finally shelled out the money for @slides.— Felix Rieseberg (@felixrieseberg) April 24, 2019
It's so. much. better. Gifs? Code? iFrames? Emoji? Export to HTML or PPTX? It's all there *and* easy. pic.twitter.com/TZeM31vfQ5
@slides is one of the coolest digital tools of any kind I've ever worked with. One day in and I'll never use Powerpoint again.— Ben Stevens (@benwstevens) August 23, 2017
Just authored a new slide deck using @slides. I don't ever want to ever use Keynote or PowerPoint again...— Chris Matthieu (@chrismatthieu) March 3, 2017
@slides is seriously one of the best web applications ever built. I kinda hate making slides, but I love using that app.— Kyle Shevlin (@kyleshevlin) July 26, 2017
http://t.co/FZFGqgaZGq is a web app so useful and beautiful that it gives me hope for web applications as a concept.— Laurie Voss (@seldo) August 3, 2015
@SlidesApp is the best online presentation tool I've ever used. It is perfect at LaTeX rendering and minimalistic presentations.Recommended.— Yigit (@yigitdemirag) January 13, 2015
Loving Slides for presentations. Bye bye PowerPoint! http://t.co/BbD7CrUuw2— Jean-Andre (@JeanAndreV) January 15, 2015
Using @slides is amazing. I can control the "next slide" function with any device. and in speaker mode, even read my notes!— Nick Lilja (@NickLiljaWDAM) November 10, 2015
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Slides is built with the help of many great open source frameworks and projects including Iconic, Font Awesome, Entypo, IcoMoon, Feather, Broccolidry, WebHostingHub Glyphs, Material Design Icons, jQuery, Ace, Modernizr, Moment.js, Spectrum and KaTeX.
We contribute back by maintaining reveal.js, an open source HTML presentation framework.