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Presentation Sections – Vertical Side Navigation Bar
from deck Meeting Outline Agenda & Sections Indicators (PPT Template)

Presentation Sections – Vertical Side Navigation Bar

Slide Content

This slide is designed to outline various sections of a presentation utilizing a vertical side navigation bar. There are three main points detailed, each accompanied by a nested bullet list to provide further elaboration. Each main point suggests writing a numbered list or simple bullet point text description, indicating that the slide is meant to organize information logically and hierarchically, helpful for summarizing content or creating a roadmap for the presentation's structure.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, minimalist design with ample whitespace.
  • A bold teal vertical stripe runs parallel to the left edge of the slide.
  • Six stylized numbered circles (01 to 06) are aligned on the right, connected vertically by a light-gray line to imply a navigation or progression sequence.
  • Each number is encircled with a light gray ring and a smaller blue ring, creating a depth effect.
  • To the left of the numbered circles is a large icon of a light bulb encased within two concentric circles, echoing the ring motif from the numbered list.
  • The light bulb icon symbolizes ideas or sections, with the surrounding blue circle highlighting its significance.
  • The rest of the slide is devoted to text content, formatted as a bulleted and numbered list in a sans-serif font.
  • The overall color scheme is teal, blue, and grayscale, exuding a professional and modern aesthetic.

The slide's graphical elements are modern and simple, focusing viewer attention on the content structure represented by the navigation bar. The use of icons and color contrast aids in visual clarity and emphasizes important points.

Use Cases

  • Presenting the structure of a business plan or report, outlining each section clearly.
  • Introducing the agenda for a workshop or training session, using the numbers for session progression.
  • Summarizing the main points of a proposal in a sales or marketing presentation, facilitating clear communication.
  • Breaking down complex project timelines or steps in a project management presentation, helping to guide the audience through phases or milestones.

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