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Best powerpoint presentation examples - brainstorming results with place for separate ideas
from deck Problem-Solving Meeting Template (PPT graphics)

Brainstorm outcomes

Slide Content

This slide titled "Brainstorm outcomes" appears to be part of a business presentation used to summarize the results of a brainstorming session. Each outcome is labeled as "IDEA 1" through "IDEA 5," with two ideas situated on the left side, and three on the right side of a central graphic. This graphic represents a human head silhouette filled with icons depicting different thinking processes or areas of focus. The purpose of the slide is to organize and present key ideas or concepts that emerged from a brainstorming activity, with each idea accompanied by a placeholder text for additional details.

Graphical Look

  • The main feature is a large, blue-grey human head silhouette in the center of the slide.
  • Within the head, there are five circular icons symmetrically placed and connected to the different brainstorming ideas.
  • Each icon represents a different concept, such as a light bulb for creativity or a pair of gears for mechanics or processes.
  • To the left and right of the head, there are two columns for text, with the left column containing "IDEA 1" and "IDEA 2," and the right column containing "IDEA 3," "IDEA 4," and "IDEA 5."
  • Text boxes are aligned with the respective "IDEA" labels, providing space for descriptions or elaboration on each idea.
  • The color scheme is a professional mix of blue-grey tones with teal accents for the idea labels.

The slide has a clean and modern aesthetic, with a clear visual focus on the central head graphic, which serves as an organizational framework for the ideas outputted from the brainstorming session. The choice of icons within the head silhouette effectively communicates the themes of thought and creativity.

Use Cases

  • To present the key points from a brainstorming session in a business or educational setting.
  • In a project kickoff meeting, to summarize potential solutions and creative ideas for a problem at hand.
  • During strategic planning or innovation workshops where ideas and concepts generated by a team need to be showcased.
  • In a pitch presentation where visual representation of creative concepts can make the proposal more engaging and understandable.

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