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Buildings​ icons: Production, Factory, GDP, City, Metro Area​
from deck Ukraine, Georgia, GUAM Countries Maps with Administrative Regions (PPT editable)

Icons: Buildings

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide "Icons: Buildings" presents a collection of stylized icon graphics related to urban and industrial themes. "Production Facility & Factory" consists of three icons depicting simplified industrial buildings, indicating various types of factory structures. "City" features icons representing an urban skyline with different building profiles, symbolizing a densely built-up cityscape. "Production & GDP" combines industrial elements with a gear icon, suggesting a relationship between manufacturing and economic output. The phrase "Editable filling, outline, shadow, and reflection..." implies that these icons have customizable visual properties.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a purple and teal color scheme.
  • At the top, the slide title is presented in a large, bold font.
  • Below the title, a subtitle lists associated terms in a smaller font.
  • Two sections on the slide, each labeled with a different category of buildings.
  • Each section contains a series of icons related to the category title.
  • The icons feature simple and flat design aesthetics with purple color and some shadow effects for depth.
  • There is a teal-colored banner in the upper right corner with text indicating the icons are "Fully Editable."
  • A dividing teal-colored line and informational text box sit at the bottom, suggesting customizable features of these icons.

The slide has a modern and clean design, focusing on conveying the information visually through the use of icons. The color palette is professional and appealing, and the layout is well-organized, making it easy to discern the different categories and functions of the icons.

Use Cases

  • For presentations about urban development or city planning, using the icons to depict different types of urban areas.
  • In manufacturing or industrial sector meetings, to represent various factory and production facilities.
  • During economic presentations, where there's a need to illustrate the link between production facilities and macroeconomic indicators like GDP.
  • In marketing materials for businesses related to construction, real estate, or urban services, to visually communicate the ir scope of work or areas of expertise.

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