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2 Factors Comparison Matrix Illustration Example:Speed vs Efficiency Axis and 4 Options Template with Fast and Slow Sports Pictograms
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2 Factors Comparison Matrix Illustration Example

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is designed to compare four different options or items based on two factors: Speed and Efficiency. In the upper left quadrant, there is an icon that suggests a moderate speed and high efficiency, symbolized by a person on roller skates. The upper right quadrant shows a symbol for high speed and high efficiency – a person on a bicycle. In the bottom left, there is an icon representing low speed and low efficiency, depicted by a figure walking. Lastly, the bottom right shows a scooting figure, illustrating low efficiency and high speed. Each quadrant has a space to add text and further item descriptions.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white.
  • A title is displayed at the top in large, bold, black font.
  • The text "Speed and Efficiency Axis and 4 Options Template with Fast and Slow Sports Pictograms" is under the main title in smaller font size.
  • The slide is divided into four coloured quadrants with ample white borders that act as spaces for text and descriptions.
  • Each quadrant has a large pictogram representing a different mode of transportation in the center.
  • Quadrants alternate between blue, green, dark grey, and orange colors.
  • The pictograms are contrasting white icons representing a person roller skating, cycling, walking, and scooting.
  • Two grey arrows, labeled "Efficiency" and "Speed," intersect at the center and point towards the upper and right quadrants respectively.
  • Each quadrant also contains text placeholders with a colored backdrop matching the quadrant.
  • There is a distinctive watermark in the lower right-hand corner.

The slide has a clean, professional design with color-coded quadrants that make it easy to differentiate the factors being compared. Pictograms and arrows effectively guide viewers to understand the axes of comparison.

Use Cases

  • Comparing product or service features based on their speed and efficiency to make strategic decisions.
  • Analyzing different team strategies or workflow processes in terms of their productivity and quickness to identify areas for improvement.
  • Showcasing a competitive analysis of market offerings, highlighting where each product stands concerning speed and efficiency.
  • Use in a training session to explain the trade-offs between doing tasks quickly versus doing them efficiently.

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