Design Inspiration

5 AI Image Generators for Your Next Presentation

Jordan Turner
February 28, 2024
 min read
5 AI Image Generators for Your Next Presentation5 AI Image Generators for Your Next Presentation
Table of Contents

A picture is worth a thousand words, and in a presentation that can go a long way. When you’re stuck with limited space to get a specific point across, a photo can say what words can’t. That said, it’s important to be intentional about what images you’re using in a presentation. As a rule of thumb they should check off the following boxes; 1) relevant, 2) on-brand, 3) engaging, and 4) high quality. 

Some businesses will have a repository of brand-approved visual assets for their team to use, or designers might pull from various stock libraries. But even with hundreds of thousands of images available, sometimes you need something more unique to your story to really drive the point home. Insert: AI images. 

Artificial intelligence can generate any image, any time, with a simple text prompt. What sets these images apart is that they’re unique to each prompt, and no two AI images will be the same. Designers can be as specific or broad as they need with their prompts to find something that complements the rest of the content in their deck. 

5 AI image generators you can try now

An AI image generator can act as your personal graphic designer with the click of a button, giving presenters access to more visual assets without creating a marketing bottleneck. Outside of the obvious benefit of content creation, AI image generators can also help teams with idea visualization, creative exploration, and accessibility. 

Here are 5 AI image generators you can try now to take your presentation to the next level.  

  1. DALL-E 2 and DALL-E 3

DALL·E is an AI system developed by OpenAI that is known for creating realistic images. DALL·E has been presented in multiple versions, including DALL·E 2 and DALL·E 3, each with specific features and capabilities. Its applications range from generating custom art to providing a quick and easy way to create AI images. 

  1. Midjourney

Midjourney is an independent research lab based in San Francisco, California that developed a generative AI program known as Midjourney AI Art Generator. The software allows users to input text, choose a style, and generate AI-created art. This AI image generator can produce visual content based on textual descriptions, giving users access to endless custom images and artwork. 

  1. Stable Diffusion

Stable Diffusion is an innovative technology that can generate high-quality, photorealistic images based on a text prompt. It utilizes cutting-edge diffusion techniques to create unique visuals, offering a range of applications in fields such as art, design, and content generation.

  1. NightCafe

NightCafe Studio aims to democratize art creation by leveraging AI. The app is equipped with multiple methods of AI art generation, including neural style transfer, allowing users to transform their photos into stunning artwork. NightCafe Studio's mission is to make art creation satisfying, therapeutic, and accessible to everyone. 

  1. Adobe Firefly

Adobe Firefly is a standalone generative AI web application offered by Adobe. It provides new ways for creatives to ideate, create, and communicate using AI-generated art in a variety of styles. The platform enables users, regardless of their level of experience, to generate high-quality images and artsy text effects, empowering them to think outside the box. 

Generating AI images in

Did you know you can generate an AI image in without leaving the platform? In addition to our image, video and icon libraries, you also have the option to create custom, AI generated images. Simply describe what you're looking for, and let’s AI assistant create an image unique to your story.

Ready to try it?

Be specific and detailed in your prompt—including subject, setting, and mood. Here are a few examples of prompts to spark your imagination:

  • Hand drawn sketch of a futuristic flying car
  • Photo of busy street in London, people walking to work, morning light
  • High quality illustration of a happy robot in space, holding a pencil
Jordan Turner

Jordan Turner

Jordan is a Bay Area writer, social media manager, and content strategist.