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Quarter view orbit zones graphics for six elements
from deck Orbit Diagram Infographics (PPT Template)

Quarter View Orbit Zones Graphics for Six Elements

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is designed to illustrate a process or categorization of six elements within orbit-like zones. Each element is represented by a numbered circle and has space for a title and description:

  1. Element 1 is highlighted with an orange circle with the space for a title and additional text.
  2. Element 2 shows a teal circle analogous to Element 1 in structure.
  3. Element 3 is marked by a light blue circle, following the same format.
  4. Element 4 uses a green circle, maintaining consistency in design.
  5. Element 5 displays a dark blue circle, with the standard text space.
  6. Element 6, with a grey circle, completes the sequence of elements.

Each element's numerical circle is connected to its description via curved, orbit-like lines symbolizing a path or a sequence.

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a white background.
  • Six curved, gray lines resembling orbits or paths spread from the left to the right of the slide.
  • There are six colorful circles, each labeled with a number from 01 to 06, corresponding to steps or elements in a process.
  • Each circle is connected to a text placeholder for a title and description.
  • The leftmost circle (01) is orange, and the other circles are respectively, teal (02), light blue (03), green (04), dark blue (05), and grey (06).
  • The right-hand side of the slide has an additional text box with a placeholder for more extensive text, bordered by a thin purple line.
  • The font used for the numbers inside the circles is bold and white, providing a clear contrast against the colored backgrounds.

The slide presents a clean and modern design with a structured layout that enables clear communication of a multi-step process or categorization. The color-coding of the elements adds visual interest and helps distinguish them from one another.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate a step-by-step process or stages in project development, where each element represents a particular phase.
  • For presenting different categories within a business model, where each orbit zone signifies a specific category.
  • To show a timeline or sequence of events in a business presentation, with each number representing a milestone.
  • As an agenda slide, where each orbit zone briefs a topic to be discussed during a meeting or conference.

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