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Business Concepts PowerPoint Icons with Naming (PPT outline symbols)
The slide is titled "Process, Procedure" and serves as a collection of concept icons designed to represent various aspects of sequences, orders, systems, techniques, methods, approaches, development, and procedures. It includes a set of eight icons: gears for workflow or mechanics, arrows depicting flow or direction, a hierarchy structure, interlinked circles for connectivity or a cycle, birds migrating for coordination or migration, a checklist for organization or tasks, a hand cradling gears for care in operations, and a flowchart for planning or process mapping. Below the icons, the slide indicates they are suitable for dark backgrounds and are fully editable, aiming to offer versatility in presentation design.
- The slide has a clean, professional design with a white and teal color scheme.
- Eight icons are arranged in two rows, evenly spaced and aligned horizontally and vertically.
- Each icon is a simple, line-drawing style graphic, creating a uniform and modern look.
- The icons are presented in two shades of blue, with a light and dark variant, adding visual interest.
- Two circles at the right side -- one teal and one green -- enclose a gear icon and birds in migration, standing out due to the colored backgrounds.
- A light gray vertical line and a horizontal line intersect right next to the colored circles, contributing to the composition's balance.
- Above the icons, there is a subtitle in a smaller font with various keywords related to "Process, Procedure" enhancing the context.
- To the right, text states "Suitable for dark background" which suggests the icons' versatility, and at the bottom, "Fully editable" indicates customization options.
The overall look is sleek and modern, with a strong visual hierarchy that draws attention to the icons and their intended meaning, supported by concise text annotations.
- To illustrate different stages or elements within a business process during a corporate presentation.
- As a visual aid in training materials, where each icon represents a step or principle that needs to be explained or memorized.
- To enhance the visual component of strategy or planning documents, where conceptual icons can delineate parts of the process.
- In pitch decks or proposals to clearly convey how a product/service works or to outline a project’s methodology.