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Pluses versus minuses for five items evaluation example
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Pluses versus Minuses 5 Items Evaluation Template

Slide Content

The slide illustrates a comparison between advantages and disadvantages using a balance scale represented by a Venn diagram with "plus" and "minus" signs. On the left, under the "plus" sign, there are five points each accompanied by a thumbs-up icon, suggesting positive aspects. Correspondingly on the right, under the "minus" sign, there are five points each paired with a thumbs-down icon, indicating negative aspects. This visual metaphor simplifies the evaluative process and helps in discussing different facets of an issue, item, or decision.

Graphical Look

  • Two large circles in the center with a plus sign on the left circle and a minus sign on the right circle, symbolizing a comparison or balance.
  • Five horizontal placeholders with a thumbs-up icon on the left, aligned vertically and linked to the plus circle with lines for listing positive points.
  • Five horizontal placeholders with a thumbs-down icon on the right, aligned vertically and connected to the minus circle with lines for listing negative points.
  • The placeholders are semi-transparent rectangles with rounded corners.
  • The plus and minus signs are inside the circles and are in contrasting colors; the plus is in a teal/blue color, and the minus is in a purple/magenta color.
  • Each placeholder has a circular bullet point matching the color of the associated circle.

The slide has a balanced and symmetrical design, with a clear differentiation between positive and negative items through the use of color and icons. The visual elements are arranged in a way that facilitates quick comprehension and comparison between the two sets of factors.

Use Cases

  • To evaluate the pros and cons before making business decisions.
  • As part of a SWOT analysis presentation, specifically addressing strengths (pluses) and weaknesses (minuses).
  • In brainstorming sessions to generate and weigh different ideas or options.
  • To summarize and present the risks and benefits of a project or investment to stakeholders.

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