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City Scape Icons
Simple Flat Icons for infographics (PPT vector symbols)
City Scape Icons
The slide presents a collection of cityscape icons, illustrating various urban elements. Each icon represents different aspects of a metropolis, such as skyline silhouettes of buildings of varying heights signifying a dense urban area possibly a downtown or a business district. Municipal buildings are symbolized by icons that could suggest government or public services. The green smart city is likely indicated by icons that integrate environmental elements with urban structures, hinting at sustainable development. Urban agglomeration might denote areas with high population density and extensive development, depicted through clustered building icons. The skyscrapers panoramic silhouette displays the iconic tall buildings commonly found in city centers, representing economic power and modernization. Overall, the slide serves to provide visual aids for discussions on urban planning, architecture, city development, or telecommunications.
- The slide background is divided into two halves, a larger light gray portion on the left and a smaller dark section on the right.
- There are seven icon groups depicting various cityscapes arranged horizontally across the light gray portion of the slide.
- A "Fully editable" label is positioned on the upper right corner within the dark section, written in white.
- Toward the lower right corner of the dark section, an icon and text stating "Suitable for dark background" showcase how the icons would appear on a dark surface, with a pair of icons in blue and yellow for contrast.
- Each cityscape icon group varies in design, ranging from simple building silhouettes to more complex structures with trees, indicative of green spaces within a cityscape.
- The cityscape icons contain shades of blue-gray, which contrast effectively against the light gray and dark backgrounds.
- No footer is visible.
The slide has a clean, professional appearance with a clear contrast between the icons and the background. It uses color effectively to highlight the difference between icons suitable for light and dark backgrounds.
- Corporate presentations related to urban development, to discuss various types of city planning projects or architectural concepts.
- Environmental conferences where speakers are talking about sustainable city living or green infrastructure.
- Marketing pitches for real estate or construction companies to showcase the types of buildings and urban designs they specialize in.
- Educational material for teaching about urbanization, the characteristics of different cityscapes, or urban geography.