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from deck Creative & Simple Mind Map Diagrams (PPT Template)

Mind Map – Head Graphics Diagram (3 branches with description)

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Mind Map – Head Graphics Diagram (3 branches with description)" depicts a stylized silhouette of a human head with three mind map branches emanating from it. Each branch features a placeholder for text, suggesting that each node represents a different topic or idea for expansion. The text prompts ("Write your text here ... Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet enim.") are provided to illustrate where users might input their own content, and the colored circles signify connection points for the branches to the central idea, which in this case is represented by the human head silhouette, labeling it as the "Mind Map."

Graphical Look

  • The slide's background is a gradient of white and pale blue colors.
  • In the center, there's a large grey silhouette of a human head facing right.
  • Out of the head, there extend three horizontal lines to the right, each turning into an upwards pointing arrow at the end.
  • Each line is connected to a circle: the top and bottom lines to orange circles, and the middle line to a blue one.
  • Next to each circle, there is a text box with grey borders filled with placeholder text.
  • On the right side of the slide, aligned with each line, there are simple line icons: a double quote, a diamond, and a document icon.

The slide has a clean and modern look, featuring a balanced mixture of vector graphics and text placeholders. The use of the human head silhouette for a mind map central idea is visually engaging and conveys a human-centric approach to brainstorming or idea organization.

Use Cases

  • In a brainstorming session to visually organize thoughts and ideas stemming from a central concept related to human factors or psychology.
  • During business strategy meetings to outline the human-centered aspects of a new project or service.
  • In educational settings to teach the concept of mind mapping with an emphasis on personal development or cognitive processes.
  • As part of a presentation in a marketing context to demonstrate customer-centric approaches or demographic segmentation.

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