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Puzzle list diagram for showing solution details
Webinar Presentation of Problem-Solution (PPT template)
Solutions Details – Puzzle List
The PowerPoint slide titled "Solutions Details – Puzzle List" appears to represent a metaphor for how various pieces of a project or problem-solving scenario might fit together, with designated placeholders for descriptive text corresponding to each 'puzzle' piece, marked from A to F. Each puzzle piece represents a facet of a solution or detail in a list form, allowing the presenter to show how individual components can form a cohesive whole. This format highlights interdependence or connectivity among elements of a strategy, plan, or solution.
- The slide background is plain white, providing a clean, minimalistic backdrop.
- There are six large, colorful puzzle pieces in two columns, with three pieces per column.
- Each puzzle piece is assigned a different color (blue, orange, green, purple, pink, light blue) and a letter from A to F.
- The letters A to F are in bold, capitalized font, and are located at the center of the corresponding puzzle pieces.
- Next to each puzzle piece is a text box with placeholder text indicating where users can add their own information.
- The font used for the placeholder text is sans-serif, which gives a modern and professional appearance to the slide.
- The puzzle pieces are designed with slight shading and highlights, giving them a three-dimensional appearance.
- The slide title is aligned to the left, in a larger, bold sans-serif font, also contributing to the slide's clean and professional appearance.
The visual composition of the slide is balanced and colorful, with the assorted hues drawing attention to each independent element while still signifying their potential to interlock. The use of puzzles as icons effectively conveys the concept of interconnectivity and problem-solving.
- To present different components of a business strategy and how they interconnect.
- In a training or educational context, to illustrate how various learning modules or topics fit together to form a complete curriculum.
- In product development meetings to depict how the features or stages of product creation are interdependent.
- When outlining complex project workflows or processes to highlight interconnected tasks or dependencies.