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3 steps chevron loop creative chart 
from deck Cycle Diagrams & Wheel Charts (PPT Graphics)

Chevron 3 Steps Loop (with Scribble Graphics & Sticky Note)

Slide Content

The slide is designed to visualise a process with three steps in a circular, loop-like progression, indicated by the chevron shapes. Each step is represented by a different color and a unique scribble graphic icon of a person engaged in an activity—think, create, and discuss—coupled with placeholder text for further explanatory content. A sticky note graphic on the right side provides space for additional descriptions or summaries.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a gradient of blue, purple, and yellow colors.
  • Three chevron shapes, each with a distinct color—blue, purple, and yellow—are arranged in a curved sequence to form a loop.
  • On each chevron, there is a white silhouette scribble graphic of a person:
  • The blue chevron features a person with a gear, symbolizing the thinking process or ideation.
  • The purple chevron contains an icon of a person with a paintbrush and easel, representing the creation or design phase.
  • The yellow chevron displays a person holding up their hand, possibly indicating a discussion or presentation phase.
  • Each chevron shape has four lines of placeholder text for information relevant to that step.
  • A light green sticky note graphic is placed to the right of the loop, containing the text "Your description here" as a placeholder for additional detail or summary.
  • A prominent light bulb icon is situated in the center of the loop, symbolizing a central idea or solution.

The slide has a modern and dynamic feel with its use of bright colors and playful scribble icons. The looped chevron design effectively indicates a cyclical process or steps that repeat over time.

Use Cases

  • To present the stages of a project or business strategy in a training or informational session.
  • As a visual aid in a marketing presentation to outline the lifecycle of product development.
  • In a sales pitch to describe the step-by-step process through which a potential solution is vetted and brought to market.
  • During team meetings, to review and discuss progress within a continuous improvement or quality assurance cycle.

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