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Challenge, Problem

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is titled "Challenge, Problem" and presents a collection of icons representing various concepts associated with difficulties or obstacles, such as "Obstacle, Difficulty, Issue, Trouble, Confrontation, Barrier, Test." Each icon graphically represents one of these concepts, for example, a mountain for challenges, a puzzle piece for problems that require a solution, or a thunderbolt for sudden issues.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a gradient of teal towards the top and lighter blue towards the bottom.
  • The main title "Challenge, Problem" is in large, dark font centered at the top of the slide.
  • A subtitle in smaller font below the main title lists related concepts such as "Obstacle, Difficulty, Issue, Trouble, Confrontation, Barrier, Test" in lighter font color.
  • There are eight icons evenly spaced in two rows. Each icon is a simple, outlined drawing.
  • The icons represent a mountain, a traffic cone, a circular arrow looping back to its start, a person with a question mark, a jigsaw puzzle piece, a chess rook, an electrical hazard sign, and a roadblock.
  • Two icons on the right are encircled and have a colored background – one suitable for a dark background (navy circle) and the other labeled "Fully editable" (lime green circle).
  • Text labels for the suitability of the circled icons are positioned at their right, aligned with each other.

The slide has a clean and professional design with icons that utilize a uniform stroke width and style, creating a visually cohesive set. The use of color is minimal, concentrating on the icons intended for different background types.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate various challenges and problems in a business context when discussing strategic planning or risk management.
  • To symbolize different types of obstacles during a project management presentation, highlighting potential issues that could arise.
  • In a training or educational setting, to represent concepts that need to be addressed for effective problem-solving.
  • As part of a motivational talk, to represent the hurdles one may have to overcome in personal development or career advancement.

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