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Example of the editable outline icons and loops
from deck Cycle Diagrams & Wheel Charts (PPT Graphics)

Editability of Stroke in Outline Icons and Loops

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is titled "Editability of Stroke in Outline Icons and Loops," and it showcases how you can customize outline icons and loop diagrams. It provides three examples: changing color by altering outline color instead of filling, adjusting outline thickness to fit different scaling needs, and utilizing outlined graphics on dark backgrounds. The slide visually demonstrates each concept by showing icons and loops before and after the adjustment to illustrate the changes.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a dominant teal and white color scheme with a gradient divider between slide title and content.
  • The title is prominently displayed at the top in black text.
  • There are three sections of content, each with a different graphical example of editability.
  • The first section demonstrates color change with arrows pointing from a single-color loop to a multicolored version.
  • In the second section, arrows point from a thin-outlined diamond to a thicker version, indicating change in outline thickness.
  • The third shows a transition from a white background to a dark background, with icons' visibility maintained.
  • Each section has a description in black text, with the word 'Outline' highlighted in purple in the first section to draw attention.
  • Gray chevron shapes serve as bullet points and add a graphical element to the text descriptions.

The slide is clean and modern, using visual elements such as icons, arrows, and color changes to clearly explain the concept of editing stroke in outline icons. The arrows effectively guide the viewer's eye through the transformation process in each example.

Use Cases

  • In a design tutorial or workshop to teach customization of graphics for presentations or marketing materials.
  • During a creative team meeting to demonstrate graphic design best practices and editing techniques.
  • In a product development presentation to showcase potential branding changes and design scalability.
  • For an educational session on how to adapt visual content for better visibility on different background colors or themes.

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