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Editability of stroke outline icons
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Editability of Stroke in Outline Icons

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide focuses on demonstrating the adaptability of outline icon design, specifically regarding stroke. The first point illustrates the ability to change the icon color by altering the outline color rather than the fill color, explaining that the outline itself can be recolored to suit different themes or designs. The second point highlights that the thickness of the outline can be changed to meet specific needs, such as ensuring visibility when icons are scaled to different sizes. The final point indicates that outline icons can also be effectively used against dark backgrounds, suggesting that their design retains clarity regardless of the background color.

Graphical Look

  • The slide title is prominently displayed at the top in large, bold text.
  • Three sets of icons are aligned horizontally across the slide, each accompanied by a brief explanatory text to its left.
  • Each set of icons includes two versions separated by an arrow, indicating a transformation or change in the icon's property.
  • The text is organized into bullet points, with the key term "Outline" emphasized in a contrasting color in the first bullet.
  • The icons and their related changes are clearly illustrated with a 'before and after' visual structure.
  • Arrows are used to show the transition effect between different icon states.
  • The slide employs a muted color palette for the background and text, with brighter colors used to emphasize key elements.
  • The bottom examples are set against a dark background to demonstrate the versatility of the icon's use.

The slide is clean and professionally designed, with a focus on visual demonstration and minimal text. The high level of contrast between the icons and the background ensures the visual examples are clear and engaging.

Use Cases

  • To train staff on customizing digital assets for branding purposes within marketing and design departments.
  • During web or interface design presentations to explain how icons can be adapted for responsive design.
  • In a sales pitch to highlight the versatility of a design product, demonstrating to clients how they can personalize icons for their own use.
  • Within educational settings, particularly in design courses, to teach students about the properties and flexibility of vector graphic icons.

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