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Outline Icons Set – Status Signs
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Outline Icons Set – Status Signs

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is titled "Outline Icons Set – Status Signs" and showcases a series of line art icons that represent various status symbols. These include a complete circle, cogs and gears mechanism, suggesting interconnectivity or processes; a house icon, typically symbolizing home status or real estate; layers, often representing organization levels or software; a chat bubble indicating communication; a phone contact icon, a lock for security; flow arrows for direction or progress; a question mark for queries or unknowns; a checkmark for completion or approval; a cross for error or denial; a lightning bolt for danger or electricity; a broken line symbolizing disruption; and an exclamation mark for attention or warning. Each icon conveys a specific status or action and can be used to enhance visual communication in presentations.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a dark blue header at the top with white text for the title.
  • In the upper-right corner of the slide, there is a smaller text box with a phrase "Fully editable icons" in white against a slightly angled dark blue background.
  • A variety of thin line icons are neatly arrayed in rows and columns across the slide.
  • Each icon is black and enclosed with sufficient white space, which makes them stand out against the light blue background of the slide.
  • One of the icons at the bottom-right, representing stacked layers, is highlighted with a blue circle and appears in color rather than black, drawing attention to it.
  • A subtle shadow effect is applied to the icons, giving them a slight three-dimensional look.

The slide's overall look is clean and professional, with a cool color palette of blues that suggest technology or corporate themes. The icons are simple and modern, effectively conveying various statuses or concepts without the need for text.

Use Cases

  • To visually enhance sections in business presentations that discuss different statuses of projects or tasks.
  • As part of an infographic slide, where each icon can represent a specific data point, process, or result in a visually appealing manner.
  • In user interface (UI) design or web design presentations, to demonstrate icon possibilities for different functionalities or notifications.
  • In training materials, where icons can visually represent steps or statuses, making the content easier to understand and remember.

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