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Three categories comparison table template
from deck Outline Diagrams - Ultimate Deck for Visual Presentations (PPT graphics)

3 Categories Comparison Table Template

Slide Content

The slide is designed for a comparison of 3 different categories, each with a unique icon and placeholder for a header and additional text. The categories are represented by circular icons with images such as two silhouetted figures, a building with columns, and a money bill. Each category has space for text under the icon, explained as "Header" and "Your text," indicating where a presenter should add their content. The comparison table includes four parameters to compare with placeholders for text entry, suggesting a structured analysis of the categories.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean and professional design with a white background.
  • The title is prominently displayed at the top in a bold, sans-serif font.
  • Three circular icons, each enclosed in a colored circle - teal, blue, and green - are arranged vertically on the left side of the slide.
  • Each icon is associated with a placeholder header termed "Header" and a smaller text area labeled "Your text".
  • To the right of the icons, there’s a structured comparison table divided into three columns, each column corresponding to one of the categories represented by the icons.
  • Each column header in the table is a text box with a teal border that reads "Your text".
  • Under each column header, there are four text boxes with guide text "Write your text here. This is a place to write your text." aligned vertically.
  • Thin horizontal gray lines separate the rows in the comparison table.

The overall look is sleek and minimalist, with a cohesive color scheme of teal, blue, and green that distinguishes the different categories and comparison elements. The visual elements are arranged in a balanced and clear manner to facilitate easy comparison.

Use Cases

  • To compare products, services, or concepts in a business presentation to highlight their differences or advantages.
  • During strategy meetings to evaluate different market segments, customer groups, or potential investment opportunities.
  • In educational settings, to compare theoretical frameworks or to categorize information for ease of understanding among students.
  • For marketing or sales pitches that require a demonstration of the unique features and benefits of various offerings compared to competitors.

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