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Outlined venn diagram for six categories and common part
from deck Outline Diagrams - Ultimate Deck for Visual Presentations (PPT graphics)

Outlined Venn Diagram – 6 Categories and Common Part

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide presents an "Outlined Venn Diagram” illustrating 6 distinct categories and a central common part. Each category has a dedicated space for explanatory text, signified by numbers 1 through 6. The common part in the center, identified by the hexagonal intersection of the categories, is labeled as "Common element" with a descriptor "Something that is common to all categories." This format is useful for showing how different concepts or items share a commonality while maintaining their unique aspects.

Graphical Look

  • The slide’s background is white, providing a clean and uncluttered canvas for the content.
  • Occupying the central focal point is a hexagonal Venn diagram, with each of the 6 segments shaded in a unique, pastel color and labeled with a dashed outline from 1 to 6.
  • The Venn segments converge in the middle to form a common hexagonal shape, which is outlined but not colored.
  • To the left and right of the Venn diagram, there are three text boxes each, aligned with the respective segments of the diagram, for adding relevant content.
  • Each text box is connected to its corresponding Venn segment by a colored line that matches the segment's shade, and is preceded by a bold colored number icon that corresponds with the label numbers on the Venn diagram.
  • Above the hexagonal intersection, there is a distinct rectangular text box that contains the title "Common element" and a placeholder for its description.

The slide has a balanced and harmonious composition, with a symmetrical arrangement of text boxes and diagram. The design employs soft, distinct colors to differentiate between categories and to visually link the text boxes to their related segments on the Venn diagram.

Use Cases

  • Demonstrating the relationship between different departments or groups within a company and their shared objectives or resources.
  • In marketing presentations to show how various customer segments might overlap and what core values or services appeal to all segments.
  • Strategic planning meetings, to visually map out common goals and initiatives across various business units or projects.
  • Educational settings for teaching conceptual overlaps, like interdisciplinary studies that share a common theme or methodology.

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