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Outline Icons: confirmation, rejection, check, calendar, planner
from deck SWOT Analysis Presentation Outline Diagrams (PPT template)

Outline Icons Set (extendable)

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide presents a set of outline icons related to various concepts useful in presentations. The icons represent ideas such as "yes" (a tick mark indicating acceptance or confirmation), "no" (a crossed-out box denoting rejection), a warning sign (indicating caution or potential issues), a calendar symbol (representing scheduling or planning), a flash symbolizing electricity or energy, a lightbulb icon (related to ideas or energy efficiency), a handshake (indicating agreement or partnership), and a chart showing upward trending lines (symbolizing growth or improvement). Each icon translates to a distinct operational or conceptual function in a business or informational setting.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, modern aesthetic with icons in grayscale against a white background.
  • Icons are organized in a grid pattern of two rows, with the top row having five icons and the bottom row having four.
  • Each icon is encased in a square outline, ensuring consistent visual framing.
  • A large lightbulb icon is highlighted with a teal circle and positioned off to the right, creating a visual accent.
  • The text "Fully editable icons" is presented in a bold, sans-serif font, accentuated by a dark teal banner at the top right.
  • In the lower right corner, there's a small text box with the phrase "More icons available. Check our website" and a URL beneath it.

The slide boasts a clean and professional look, with a consistent icon design theme. It's visually balanced with the right mix of text, icons, and negative space, making it easy to digest at a glance.

Use Cases

  • During a business presentation to highlight key features or benefits of a product or service in a visually engaging manner.
  • In educational materials, to visually represent important points or steps in a process, making them more memorable.
  • As part of a project planning or status update presentation to quickly convey progress, issues, or upcoming tasks without relying heavily on text.
  • To enhance user manuals or guidelines, providing universally understandable visuals alongside written instructions for clarity.

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