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File directory, user communication icons: folder, directory, short message, comment
IT Icons: Mobile & Smart Devices, Computer & Telecom Networks (PPT Template)
File Directory & User Communication Icons
The slide presents a collection of icons related to file directory and user communication. These include a folder icon representing a directory where files are organized. Short message and comment icons depict text communications like SMS or quick online comments. Speech bubble and text chat icons are indicative of online chatting. Discussion implies a back-and-forth conversation symbolized by alternating chat bubbles. Voice chat represents audio-based communication. Microphones are common tools for audio input. Video chat and video camera icons suggest live visual communication methods.
- Two columns of icons, divided in the middle of the slide, with eight icons in total, four on the left and four on the right.
- Icons are flat design, with a primary color theme of dark orange, yellow, and blue.
- Each icon comes with a label beneath it, written in a sans-serif font, matching the primary colors of the icons.
- The right side of the slide has a blue header with text in white, indicating that these icons are available in other versions.
- Beneath the header, there are smaller versions of the icons in both a dark and light theme, suggesting theme adaptability.
- The slide background is white, allowing the colorful icons to stand out.
- The overall layout is clean, with ample white space around each icon set.
The design employs a modern, simple aesthetic that provides a clear visual representation of each concept described. It's well-balanced with a harmonious color scheme that keeps the focus on the icons.
- To enhance visual communication in business presentations when discussing topics such as digital communication tools, organizational systems, or software features.
- In training materials to help familiarize employees with different communication channels or software interfaces they will be using.
- As part of user experience (UX) or user interface (UI) design presentations to illustrate the types of icons and functions they will implement within a digital product.
- To visually outline the communication protocol or services offered by a company in a simple, understandable way during pitches or investor meetings.