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Flat-style symbols for illustrating risk assessment matrix
Risk Matrix Diagrams (PPT template)
INDEX OF FLAT ICONS FOR RISK MATRIX
The slide provides a visual index of flat icons designed for creating a risk matrix. These icons are representations of various concepts related to risk assessment: a person, gear cogs, a downward graph, a locked padlock, a check mark, a question mark, a cross mark, three emoji faces showing different sentiments from happy to sad, dice, and flames. Each icon can symbolize different elements of risk, such as stakeholders, processes, trends, security, confirmation, uncertainty, denial, stakeholder perception, probability, and danger respectively. At the bottom, the text indicates that additional icons are available and directs users to a website for more.
- The slide background is white, providing a clean area for the icons to stand out.
- A bold, dark grey header titles the slide, with a ribbon-like teal graphic to the right which states "Fully editable".
- A variety of flat, stylized icons are arranged in three rows spanning the width of the slide.
- Each icon set is separated from the others with sufficient white space.
- The icons are primarily in a purple hue, with gear cogs also appearing in teal, green, and orange accent colors adding visual interest.
- The text at the bottom of the slide is in smaller grey font and invites viewers to check the website for more icons.
- The icons are square, with rounded corners and have a simple, modern aesthetic.
- The slide edges are clean, with no additional graphics or text.
The overall look of the slide is modern and minimalistic, using a color scheme that contrasts well against the white background. It's well-organized and visually illustrates different elements of a risk matrix through easily recognizable icons.
- To illustrate different aspects of risk in corporate presentations or risk assessment workshops.
- In training materials to explain the components of risk management frameworks to employees or stakeholders.
- For visual communication in reports and proposals that require the demonstration of risk evaluation strategies.
- During brainstorming or strategy sessions to match specific risks with their respective icons for easy reference.