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Flat Icons – Status Symbols (extendable)

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide presents a variety of flat icons representing status symbols, suggesting they are extendable and fully editable. These symbols include positive indicators like a thumbs up and a checkmark, negative indicators such as a thumbs down and a cross, directional arrows, and other common status or warning signs like a lightning bolt, a plus and minus, and alert triangles. The extendability indicates that these icons can be customized or added to suit different presentation needs. The fully editable aspect means that the size, color, and other details of these icons can be adjusted as required.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, providing a clean and minimalistic canvas for the content.
  • Two separate sections are divided by a slight diagonal line, with the left side having a white background and the right a gradient from teal to dark blue.
  • The title of the slide is displayed at the top in a large, bold, and dark font against the white background.
  • On the left side, icons are arranged in a 4x3 grid format, with each icon encircled by a thin, purple circular line.
  • The icons feature simple and recognizable shapes in a matching purple hue, maintaining a cohesive design.
  • On the right side, a smaller collection of icons is shown with a brighter and more colorful palette, implying a different status or category.
  • Below the colorful icons on the right, there is a designated circular spot with a highlighted icon, accompanied by text prompting to check the website for more icons.

The slide uses geometric shapes and contrasting colors to make the icons stand out. The simple layout ensures that the focus remains on the icons themselves, making it visually easy to interpret.

Use Cases

  • Enhancing business presentations by visually representing different statuses or feedback such as project milestones, approvals, or warnings.
  • Creating instructional or training materials where symbols are used to indicate dos and don'ts or other relevant instructions.
  • Utilizing in user interface designs or mockups to convey functionality, such as in apps or software demonstrations where icons indicate user interactions.
  • Incorporating into reports or digital dashboards as a means to quickly communicate key performance indicators or status updates without extensive text.

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