The Retrograde Series

One of the many things that makes Box Out so powerful is the ability to create content you never thought possible on your own. Certain effects and visuals can be extremely difficult to develop in programs like Photoshop. Luckily, with our new Retrograde Series you can achieve a tough-to-make design in just seconds.

You'll quickly notice certain elements stand out the most, one being the blur overlay on the photo. This unique look is extremely difficult to achieve but, lucky for you, we do it automatically! Let's take a look at this visually captivating series.


By combining this photo overlay with color-infused gradients you can quickly achieve what we call THUMB-STOPPERS! Fans and followers are sure to stop scrolling and immediately engage in your design

Gameday (shown in landscape)
Gameday (shown in multi-format)

Score Update

Score (shown in landscape)
Score (shown in multi-format)

Player Stats

Player Stats (shown in landscape)
Player Stats (shown in multi-format)


Rather than making two separate templates we combined them into one. Simply choose from the drop-down menu between Headline or Quote.

Quick-Hitter (shown in landscape)
Quote (shown in landscape)
Quick-Hitter (shown in multi-format)
Quote (shown in multi-format)


How will you be using the new retrograde templates? Tag us @BoxOutSports on social!

Looking for more? Check out our previous releases:

Track & Field templates

Gradient Warp Series

Recruiting Graphics

Baseball/Softball Graphics

Transparent Logos

Whisk Series

Bold Series

Crumple Series

3D Text Series

Topographic Series

Jersey Series

Color Streak Templates

Gradient Templates

Pattern Series

Paint Splatter Series

Comic Book Series

Hardware Series

Frame Series

Long Shadow Series

Frosted Glass Series

Neon Light Series

Gamer Series

Ribbon Series

Notebook Series

Award Series

Modular Series

Diamond Series

Trading Card Series

Polaroid Series

Art Deco Series

Chrome Series

Urban Series

Robbie Lightfoot

Robbie Lightfoot

VP of Sales at Box Out | Former College Sports Information Director