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Status Symbols

Slide Content

The slide titled "Status Symbols" features a collection of common icons used for conveying various statuses or actions such as acceptance, rejection, and evaluation. Key terms associated with each icon include "Checkmark" typically representing approval or completion, "Cross X-mark" denoting rejection or error, "Plus" and "Minus" for addition or subtraction respectively. Also present are "Thumb Up" and "Thumb Down" indicating approval or disapproval. These symbols are utilized to quickly communicate different conditions like "Success," "Failure," or the presence of "Advantages" and "Disadvantages."

Graphical Look

  • A set of eight icons evenly aligned into two rows of four.
  • Each icon is encased in its own square with rounded corners, giving a clean and organized appearance.
  • Four icons in the first row: a checkmark, a cross mark, another checkmark, and another cross mark.
  • Four icons in the second row: a thumbs-up, a thumbs-down, a plus sign, and a minus sign.
  • The color scheme is monochromatic with icons in a shade of teal blue.
  • Text on the right side includes "Fully editable" at the top and "Suitable for dark background" at the bottom, each beside a thumbs-up icon in varying shades.
  • The thumbs-up icons beside the text are displayed in teal, white, and gold, exemplifying their visibility against different background colors.

The slide has a very modern and professional aesthetic, utilizing clean lines and a minimalistic color scheme to focus attention on the icons.

Use Cases

  • To visualize project status updates during team meetings, where icons can quickly convey if tasks are completed or in progress.
  • In stakeholder presentations to indicate approval or disapproval of certain decisions, plans, or performance metrics.
  • Within training materials to signify correct or incorrect actions, making the content more engaging and easier to understand.
  • For summarizing survey or feedback results in reports, where icons can serve as a quick reference to positive or negative responses.

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