HT / Jason Freedman
Need just design? Use Konsus. Cheap, fast. No idea partner, just execution (spend ~500)
Need design and familiarity specifically with seed decks? use sketchdeck. They’ve got templates and can force you a bit to think through it following existing conventions. (spend $1k-2k)
Want freelancer? Use upwork to find one. Follow Amol visible work and pay for ~2 reasonably representative slides from 2 different people at once (all-in spend $150). Work with whomever does it the best.
This is the best guide to seed decks I know of: https://blog.ycombinator.com/intro-to-the-yc-seed-deck/
And while I’m throwing around YC links, my favorite hack to tease out the content of a seed deck without spinning your wheels on design decisions. Just apply to YC. The application is the perfect way to force you to think and verbalize your search for product-market fit. Waaaaaaay better than what most people incorrectly think a seed deck should be, which is a ~2003 version of a business plan. Cost is zero. Iterate with people in text will make pace of improvement much faster. For the fun of it, here is Dropbox’s application