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Example of the creative table design
Creative Company Presentation Deck (Scribble PPTX Template)
Creative Table Design
The "Creative Table Design" slide presents a table structure aimed at organizing information effectively. The table rows are labeled "Header 2," indicating categories or topics for data entry. Each "Header 2" row is followed by a placeholder text "Place your text here," suggesting where the user can add specific details. The column headers are labeled "Header 1," which refers to the different classes or divisions under which the information should be categorized. This layout is used for organizing complex data in an easily readable format.
- The background of the slide is white, providing a neutral canvas for the content.
- A prominent title "Creative Table Design" sits at the top, centered in bold, dark blue font.
- The slide features a table with a light blue wave pattern on the header column backgrounds, enhancing visual appeal.
- The rows are alternately colored in lighter and darker shades of green for easy differentiation.
- Each "Header 1" cell contains the same placeholder text in white font, contrasting with the blue patterned background.
- The "Header 2" cells are colored differently to distinguish them from the data cells.
- Icons with circular gray and blue graphics are located at the top right of the table, serving as a decorative or symbolic element.
- There's a shadow effect on the table that gives it a subtle three-dimensional appearance.
The slide has a crisp, professional aesthetic with a creative twist owing to the use of patterns and contrasting colors. The icons and shadow effects add depth and interest to the standard table format.
- To present categorized data or metrics in business performance reports, where each row represents a specific area of measurement and columns signify time periods or categories.
- During educational or training sessions to outline syllabi or modules across different sessions or groups.
- In project management meetings to assign tasks (rows) across various phases or departments (columns).
- For financial reporting, where rows could depict different expense categories, and columns could represent sequential fiscal periods for comparison.