Financial Decks

Financial Decks

Visualize your results with ease

All diagram charts are easy to adapt
from deck Instructional Design Models ADDIE, SAM diagrams (PPT template)

All diagram shapes are easy to modify

Slide Content

The slide presents a concept that diagram shapes can be modified with ease, highlighting the adaptability of presentation materials. Three segments of a circular diagram are labeled "Design," "Develop," and "Prepare," signifying stages or aspects of a process. Each section has a corresponding icon: a puzzle piece for Design indicates fitting various elements together, a gear for Develop implies mechanistic or systematic progression, and a pencil for Prepare suggests planning or initial steps. Two call-out boxes emphasize the slide's feature of full editability, including changing texts and icons, adapting colors, resizing, and adding or removing diagram elements.

Graphical Look

  • A large circular diagram dominates the left side of the slide, split into three color-coded segments with icons and text labels.
  • The first segment is green with a gear icon, labeled "Develop", suggesting an engineering or construction phase.
  • The second segment is dark blue with a puzzle piece icon, labeled "Design", depicting the conceptual or problem-solving part of a process.
  • The third segment is light blue with a pencil icon, labeled "Prepare", indicating the planning or groundwork phase.
  • To the right, two overlapping transparent speech bubbles contain explanatory text.
  • The top speech bubble is a darker shade with text "Fully editable," and the bottom bubble has instructions on how to edit the diagram.
  • A sleek, modern font is used for all text, adding to the professional appearance.

The slide is clearly structured and uses a minimalistic design with a focus on functionality. The color scheme is cohesive, with blue and green tones that are easy on the eyes, indicating a tech-friendly and professional approach.

Use Cases

  • To present the phases of a project or product development cycle in a business meeting or workshop.
  • As an introductory slide in a training session illustrating the customizability of the company's templates or tools.
  • In a sales pitch, demonstrating the flexibility and user-friendliness of a software product's interface to potential clients.
  • During an internal review meeting to showcase the workflow process and highlight the ease of making adjustments to project plans.

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