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anishathalye
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Description

Auriga is a minimalist LaTeX beamer presentation theme 📽

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Auriga is a minimalist LaTex beamer presentation theme.

See how the Auriga themed presentation (left) compares to the beamer default (right):

Comparison

If you're looking for a beamer poster theme, take a look at Gemini.

Dependencies

  • A TeX installation that includes LuaTeX
    • You also need
      latexmk
      if you want to use the provided Makefile
  • LaTeX package dependencies including beamer (these usually come with your TeX installation, but if not, you can get them from CTAN)
  • Raleway, Lato, and Hack, which are all available under Open Font License

Usage

  1. Copy the files in this repository (or clone the repository).

  2. Add slides in

    slides/
    , using the existing slides as templates. Add include lines for slides in
    presentation.tex
    .
  3. Run

    make
    to build your presentation. This builds both
    p.pdf
    , the raw version of the slides, and
    p-notes.pdf
    , a version of slides that has speaker notes included. These can be viewed using a program like Présentation.app.

Notes

If you're looking to use Auriga with R Markdown, see this example.

Design goals

  • Minimal: clean and easy to read, so that the emphasis is on the content
  • Batteries included: works and looks good out of the box

Contributing

Contributions to Auriga such as bug reports and new slide components are greatly appreciated! Given the subjective nature of design, you're encouraged to open an issue or pull request early to get feedback before investing time in implementing a new feature.

License

Copyright (c) 2019-2020 Anish Athalye. Released under the MIT License. See LICENSE.md for details.

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