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Outline & Flat Icons Set – Checklist
from deck To Do Presentation Checklist Graphics (PPT Template)

Outline & Flat Icons Set — Checklist

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is centered around a collection of outline and flat-design icons focused on "Checklist" themes. The icons depict various stages and statuses related to tasks such as completion, approval, and in-progress actions. The titles under each icon provide context, listing "Tick, Checked, Done" as positive completion indicators, "Cross, Failure, Not Done" as negative status indicators, "Well Done, Thumb Up" as commendations, and "Book, Checking, To Do, Clipboard with Checklist, Clipboard, Summary, Paper with Checklist" as tools or actions associated with managing tasks or summarizing work.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is divided diagonally into two sections: a light grey upper half and a dark teal lower half with a chevron pattern where the two colors meet.
  • A series of icons are displayed in two rows, with the first row containing six icons and the second row containing five icons, each paired with its title.
  • The icons are a mixture of outline and flat styles, using a consistent color theme of teal and variations of grey, which aligns with the slide's color scheme.
  • On the right side, there is a vertical column with a heading "Fully editable icons" above four versions of the thumb-up icon in different colors (from grey to green) to demonstrate various color options.
  • In the bottom right corner, there is a circular icon with a thumb-up inside, similar to those in the vertical column, emphasizing the editability of the icons.

The slide has a clean, modern look with plenty of white space around the icons to ensure they are easy to distinguish. The consistent icon design and limited color palette provide a professional and cohesive appearance.

Use Cases

  • Emphasizing the completion status of different project tasks during a team meeting or project status update.
  • Creating a visually engaging to-do list in a business strategy or planning presentation.
  • Highlighting key points of achievement or areas for improvement in performance reviews or process audits.
  • Enhancing training materials by illustrating steps, processes, or important checkpoints using intuitive graphics.

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