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from deck Outline Diagrams - Ultimate Deck for Visual Presentations (PPT graphics)

4 Steps Arrow Circle Cycle Flow Chart

Slide Content

The slide presents a cyclical process flow in four steps, using a combination of arrows and circular icons. Each step is represented by a circular icon with a specific symbol: a light bulb for an idea, a clipboard for documentation, a rocket for launch or growth, and a shopping cart for purchase or acquisition. These symbols suggest a progression from conceptualization to action and execution. Each step is color-coded, connected by a directional arrow, and paired with a text box for explanatory notes.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, creating a clean and straightforward canvas for the content.
  • Four circular icons are evenly spaced in a circular flow, each with an individual color: blue, green, orange, and teal.
  • Each icon contains a unique symbol representing different concepts: a light bulb, a clipboard, a rocket, and a shopping cart.
  • Directional arrows in matching colors connect the icons, highlighting the flow or progression from one step to the next.
  • Adjacent to each icon and arrow is a colored text box for additional information, correlating with the color of the icon it corresponds to.
  • The text boxes have white backgrounds with colored outlines and shadows, giving a subtle three-dimensional effect.

The slide's design is modern and minimalistic, using colors and simple icons to represent a four-step cyclical process, making the information easy to follow. The visual hierarchy directs the viewer's eye in a clockwise motion, indicating the sequence and flow between steps.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate a business process or workflow during a team meeting or training session.
  • To discuss stages of a product lifecycle or service implementation in a marketing presentation.
  • To outline a step-by-step strategy or plan in a management meeting for clarity and direction.
  • To demonstrate continuous improvement cycles such as Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) in quality assurance presentations.

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