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Scrum Process and Artefacts Presentation Template (PPT icons)
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Diagram shapes with scribble filling

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is titled "Diagram shapes with scribble filling" and presents various diagram elements with a distinctive scribble texture fill. These elements are designed to be fully editable, allowing users to customize the color of each shape to fit their presentation's theme. The diagram shapes include rectangles, arrows, and callout shapes, each filled with lines that simulate a hand-drawn, scribbled look. The scribble pattern gives the shapes a dynamic and informal appearance, which can be useful in making presentations more visually engaging.

Graphical Look

  • A collection of various vector shapes with scribble-style pattern fills including rectangles, arrows, and an ellipse.
  • There is a color contrast between the shapes, with some using a solid fill color and others having a striped pattern.
  • Use of thick black outlines around the shapes adds definition against the white slide background.
  • Directional arrows with both single-direction and bi-directional points.
  • Callout shapes are included, featuring a curved rectangle with two diverging arrows on top of it.
  • A text box on the right side complements the shapes with the statement: "Fully editable shape colors."

The slide has a childlike and creative aesthetic due to the scribble fills in the shapes. The colors are bright and varied, creating a vibrant palette against the simple white background of the slide.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate process flows or steps in a presentation to make information more digestible and visually appealing.
  • As part of a brainstorming or idea generation session, where the informal style could encourage creativity and free thinking.
  • In educational or training materials, where the playful look of the scribble filling can make content more engaging for learners.
  • To break up the monotony of traditional corporate slides and add a touch of personality or informality to internal business presentations.

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