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Spinning shutter circle template for 3 colourful stages
from deck Shutter Graphic & Circle Segment Diagrams (PPT Template)

Spinning Shutter Circle Graphics Template - 3 Stages

Slide Content

The slide presents a 3-stage process described within a circular diagram designed to resemble a spinning shutter. Each stage is denoted by a numbered circle connected to a rectangular box containing placeholder text for a description. Stage 1 encompasses a green segment with a satellite icon, indicating an outward or expansive action, perhaps related to communication or reach. Stage 2 is colored orange and contains a presentation icon, which may signify the delivery or explanation of concepts. Stage 3, in blue, features a home icon, possibly representing an end, return, or conclusion of the cycle.

Graphical Look

  • A large circular graphic divided into three colored segments (green, orange, and blue) symbolizing different stages.
  • A curved arrow in the center of the circle, depicting rotation or cyclic motion.
  • Three numbered circles (1-3) on the left, each correlating with a corresponding segment of the large circle.
  • Rectangular text boxes to the right of each numbered circle with placeholder headings "Stage 1", "Stage 2", and "Stage 3," and space for additional descriptions.
  • Icons within each colored segment related to the stage: a satellite for green, a presentation board for orange, and a home symbol for blue.

The slide has a clean and modern design with a balance between graphical elements and text. The color usage is vibrant, enhancing the visual separation of different stages, and the central rotating arrow effectively conveys a sense of progression or a cyclical process.

Use Cases

  • Illustrating a project or business concept that has a three-phase cycle.
  • Describing the stages of a marketing or sales funnel in a visual and engaging manner.
  • Outlining the steps of a product development process from inception to market entry.
  • Explaining the continuous improvement cycle in quality management or operational processes.

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