I would like to know to what extent Beamer can produce professional presentations. The following following are the requirements :

  1. The contribution must be a TeX solution to this question.
  2. Usage of user-defined packages and fonts is allowed.
  3. For drawing the diagrams (Smart Arts or 3D diagrams) `TikZ`, `pstricks` or `asymptote` can be used.
  4. The submission should include a short description and a screenshot of the output.
  5. There aren't sample layouts. The limit is your own imagination.

Note 1:

  1. On 25th May 2014, I have decided to close my question and accept the showcases
  2. I have decided to provide a bounty of 200 for the best solution

Note 2:

BTW, I just wanted to know the fantastic features of beamer. So introduced a Showcase question similar to Showcase of beautiful typography done in TeX & friends and Showcase TeX Typography for TUG's Calendar and these are not a part of my assignments ;)

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    Design my slides for me and I'll reward you with fake Internet money? Thanks, but I think I'll pass. – jub0bs May 16 '14 at 12:44
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    I would like to know to what extent Beamer can produce professional presentations. Professional, is the key point: are you sure the template provided is professional? Maybe to some extent. BTW: it is nice to forbid any usage of user-defined packages and fonts... – Claudio Fiandrino May 16 '14 at 13:03
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    Beamer is a user-defined package, and so is pgf/tikz. Sounds pretty professional already! ;-) – morbusg May 16 '14 at 13:12
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    Possible Related/Duplicate of Beautiful presentations done with TeX and related systems – texenthusiast May 16 '14 at 13:31
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    @subhamsoni I won't vote to reopen the question. First, it's way to similar to the other question. Second, I'm not really fond of these threads, and IMHO only like one or two of these make any sense at all. – yo' May 16 '14 at 14:14