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List for Placing Activities with rectangles in color for 10 items
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Pointy Rectangles List - 10 items, 2 rows, color

Slide Content

This slide is designed to present a categorized list with ten items, arranged in two rows. Each row contains five color-coded, pointy rectangular shapes, where each shape represents a category or a topic that can be individually labeled with a "Your headline" placeholder, followed by a description or details in the corresponding "Put your text here" section. These rectangles are visually distinguished by their unique colors, aiding in separating the information for easier understanding and reference.

Graphical Look

  • The slide is organized into two rows with five pointed rectangular shapes each.
  • Each shape has a distinct bright color: blue, purple, green, turquoise, and orange.
  • Shapes on the left feature the text "Your headline" in white, while the right side has a grey placeholder area meant for additional text.
  • All shapes possess a rightward arrow-like extension on the left side, which creates a visual flow across the slide.
  • The right portion of each shape, designed for detailed text, is in muted grey contrasting the vibrant color of the headline section.
  • The layout is symmetrical, with a mirrored arrangement of the shapes and text positions on both sides of the slide.
  • The background of the slide is a light grey, complementing both the colored and grey areas of the shapes and enhancing readability.

The slide utilizes bright colors and a clean design to ensure that the information is easy to navigate. The use of contrast and space makes the slide visually appealing and enhances the audience's focus on the content.

Use Cases

  • To outline the agenda or topics for a business meeting or presentation, each point corresponding to a specific subject.
  • For summarizing the key points or core areas of focus in a project or business strategy, with each rectangle encompassing one aspect.
  • As a comparative tool between two sets of five items, using the two rows to show differentiation or similarities.
  • To display the status and updates of various departments or tasks in a project management dashboard, where each color could indicate a different department or project phase.

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