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Flat icons set: research, define, question mark, searching
Gantt Chart Graphics for Project Planning (PPT Template)
Flat Icons Set - Planning
The slide showcases a collection of icons related to planning. These icons symbolize various aspects of the planning process. 'Research' likely indicates the gathering of information. 'Define' suggests establishing clear parameters or objectives. 'Question mark' represents inquiry or the need for further clarification. 'Searching,' 'Insight,' and 'Headhunt' respectively imply the act of looking for information, gaining an understanding, and recruiting skilled individuals. 'Objective Target' could point to precise goals, while 'Goal Forecast' refers to predicting future achievements. ‘Plan’ embodies the creation of a strategy, 'Vision' stands for looking ahead with a concept in mind, and 'Milestone Pin' marks significant achievements or stages in a project.
- The slide background is white on the left side, transitioning to a dark teal on the right side, creating a contrasting effect.
- Each icon is designed with a minimalist, flat style and positioned in a grid layout with three icons per row.
- Icons are depicted in a uniform grey color, ensuring visual consistency.
- On the right side of the slide, there are variations of one of the icons in different colors (orange, yellow, and green) to showcase their editability.
- The icons include a magnifying glass with a question mark, person silhouette within a magnifying glass, binoculars, and other abstract symbols representing planning stages or tools.
- There's a circular icon with a question mark highlighted in teal at the bottom right, standing out against the dark background.
- The title "Flat Icons Set - Planning" is placed prominently at the top in large, bold letters, making it clear and easily readable.
The overall look of the slide is clean and professional, with a well-organized layout and a combination of plain graphical elements that effectively communicate the theme of planning and organization.
- To visually support talking points related to steps in a planning process during a business presentation.
- As visual cues in strategy workshops to represent different activities like research, goal setting, or progress tracking.
- In project management meetings to illustrate specific agenda items, such as defining objectives or forecasting milestones.
- On websites or digital platforms as icons to categorize services related to planning, consulting, or management.