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All brain diagram shapes and layers texts are easy to adapt
from deck Creative Brain and Head Outline Infographics (PPT Template)

All brain diagram shapes and layers texts are easy to adapt

Slide Content

The slide features a visual metaphor of a human head silhouette divided into three colored horizontal sections, each labeled "Level 1," "Level 2," and "Level 3," indicating a hierarchy or layers of information. There is a callout on the right with editable text, suggesting that the elements of the diagram are customizable. Accompanying text boxes detail the editable nature of the diagram, with instructions for text and element adjustment. Each of these points suggests the slide is designed for personalization and adaptation to specific presentation needs.

Graphical Look

  • Two stylized silhouettes of human heads facing right, one larger in blue tones and a smaller one in red.
  • The larger head silhouette is segmented into three levels with the topmost in yellow, the middle section in blue, and the bottom in light blue.
  • Each section inside the larger head silhouette contains a text label starting with "Level" followed by an ascending number from 1 to 3.
  • Arrows, one grey on the left and another dark blue on the right, pointing from the larger to the smaller head silhouette.
  • The smaller head silhouette has three lines of placeholder text highlighted red for customization.
  • Each head silhouette appears to have a watermark icon in the bottom right.
  • Text boxes aligned to the right of the slide with a light blue header that reads "Fully editable”.
  • A bulleted list in the text boxes provides further information on editability, including changing texts, icons, colors, resizing, adding/removing elements, and ungrouping instructions.

The slide has a clean design with a balanced mix of graphics and text on a white background. The color scheme is soft, using blues, yellows, and reds, and hierarchy is evident through the use of size and color intensity.

Use Cases

  • Explaining hierarchical concepts or levels of information in business strategies or plans.
  • Demonstrating the process of thought development or decision-making stages in a project.
  • Presenting customizable frameworks in workshops or interactive sessions, emphasizing the adaptability of the model.
  • Illustrating layers of organizational structure or areas of focus in team briefings or company meetings.

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