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Hierarchy Icons

Slide Content

The slide is titled "Hierarchy Icons" and appears to be related to organizational structures within a business or similar context. The keywords listed suggest a variety of applications for these icons, such as illustrating team compositions, divisional breakdowns, organizational layers, and network functions. These icons can be used to represent organizational charts or organograms, showing the top-bottom relationships within a company's structure, departmental divisions, or steps in a process.

Graphical Look

  • The background of the slide is split diagonally from top left to bottom right, with a light blue color on the left and a dark, near-black color on the right.
  • The title "Hierarchy Icons" appears at the top left in large, dark text.
  • A series of flat-design stylized icons are displayed, which represent different hierarchical structures.
  • On the left, there are light-colored icons contrasting against the light blue background, composed of shapes such as lines, squares, and human figures designed with simplicity in mind.
  • On the right, there are icons in white and a yellowish-orange color, designed to stand out against the dark background.
  • Text indicating that the icons are "Fully editable" appears in uppercase letters at the top right corner, alongside text that suggests they are "Suitable for dark background" at the bottom right, both in white font.
  • The overall design emphasizes the adaptability of the icons to different slide backgrounds, using a simple and modern design aesthetic.

The slide utilizes a clean and minimalist design, aiming to focus the viewer's attention on the icons. Its simple color scheme provides a clear contrast that makes the icons easy to distinguish.

Use Cases

  • Illustrating the structure of a company's hierarchy during internal presentations to facilitate understanding of organizational roles and relationships.
  • Enhancing visual components of business proposals by including clear representations of company structure or project workflows.
  • Supporting training materials that explain the reporting systems within an organization or the steps in a process to new employees.
  • Utilizing in strategy documents to visually represent different levels of management, teams, and departments within a corporate plan.

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