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Opinion chart illustrated with icons and explanatory text
Webinar Presentation of Problem-Solution (PPT template)
DYI Infographics Chart - Opinion
The PowerPoint slide presents a visual structure for comparing two different opinions (labeled Opinion A and Opinion B) using a graphical representation consisting of rows of icons. Next to this, there is a text box titled "Outcomes" with bullet points where one can list the results or conclusions drawn from comparing these opinions. Each opinion is represented by a colored speech bubble, suggesting a dialogue or debate scenario where two perspectives are being evaluated. The rows of icons can provide a quantitative visual comparison, such as voting results or divided stances on a certain issue.
- The slide background is white, providing a clean backdrop for the content.
- On the left, there is a chart composed of rows of round icons, colored in blue and red, symbolizing two contrasting opinions or groups.
- The red and blue icons are arranged in a pattern that could represent proportions or quantities in a comparison.
- Overlapping the chart on the left is a large, semi-transparent grey speech bubble, creating a visual anchor for the icons.
- Two colored speech bubbles are present, one in dark blue labeled "Opinion A" and one in red labeled "Opinion B," corresponding with the color of the icons.
- A text box with a blue header titled "Outcomes" is positioned to the right, containing placeholder text for three bullet points.
- The text box has a light shadow giving it a slight three-dimensional effect and making it stand out against the background.
The overall look of the slide is professional and visually balanced, with a clear focus on comparing two sets of opinions through both iconography and textual elements. The use of color-coding aids in distinguishing between the perspectives being compared.
- Presenting survey or poll results that show the division of opinions among a group.
- Visualizing pros and cons of a decision during a business meeting.
- Illustrating stakeholder views during a project proposal or business strategy presentation .
- Comparing customer feedback regarding two different products or services in a marketing presentation.