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Simple mind map with six branches and brain illustration
from deck Outline Diagrams - Ultimate Deck for Visual Presentations (PPT graphics)

Simple Mind Map with 6 Branches and Brain Illustration

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide is titled "Simple Mind Map with 6 Branches and Brain Illustration" and seems to be designed for brainstorming or outlining ideas. It features a central header space surrounded by six areas for text, each corresponding to a branch of the mind map. These branches represent individual topics or ideas that stem from the central theme indicated by the header. The branches are color-coded and have placeholder text, indicating where presenters can customize the slide with their specific content.

Graphical Look

  • A large, central grey outlined brain illustration serves as the focal point.
  • Connected to the brain are six lines, each representing a branch of the mind map and ending with a circle colored differently (teal, yellow, green, blue, orange, and purple).
  • Each line has a corresponding text box for adding content, with instructions like "Write your text here."
  • Every text box is preceded by a vertical bar in the same color as the end circle of its respective branch line.
  • The header box is located at the center bottom, with a larger circle surrounding the word "Header" and smaller circles in the six aforementioned colors surrounding it.
  • The slide background is white, providing a clean and neutral backdrop for the content.

The slide has a modern, clean look with a balance of colors and text, which makes it visually engaging and easy to follow. The distinct color coordination creates a clear and organized visual pathway for each branch of the mind map.

Use Cases

  • Explaining complex topics by breaking them down into subtopics during educational presentations.
  • Organizing and presenting a central idea with its related aspects in business strategy meetings.
  • Facilitating brainstorming sessions by visually mapping out ideas and their connections.
  • Structuring content for workshops or seminars to guide discussions and note-taking.

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