Financial Decks

Financial Decks

Visualize your results with ease

Custom shapes for Cycles

Slide Content

The slide appears to be about how to create customizable cycle diagrams using PowerPoint. The title suggests the use of custom shapes specifically designed to illustrate cyclic processes or steps. There are circles divided into 10 equal arcs with anchor points and a simple arrowhead, indicating that these circular shapes are meant to represent a cycle of 4 overlapping steps. The lower text box suggests that these arcs can be ungrouped and manipulated individually to create complex diagrams, indicating flexibility in their use.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean and modern design with three main graphic elements aligned horizontally.
  • On the far left, there's a circular diagram composed of multiple segments connected by dots, suggesting the parts of a cycle.
  • In the center, a similar circular shape is displayed but solid and segmented into four larger parts, demonstrating another way to represent cycles.
  • On the right side of the slide against a dark navy background, there is a collection of semi-circular icons in vibrant colors, providing examples of the potential customization of the slide elements.
  • The text boxes underneath each graphic provide brief descriptions or instructions relevant to the graphics they accompany.
  • There is a contrasting color scheme between the light grey elements and circular diagrams and the bright colorful icons on the right.
  • The slide has ample white space, contributing to its uncluttered appearance.

The overall look of the slide is professional, with a focus on visual aids to support the presentation of cyclic processes. It is visually balanced, with text explanations that complement the diagrams without overwhelming the viewer.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate process cycles such as feedback loops, life cycles, or business operation cycles in a business presentation.
  • For creating marketing materials that explain customer journey stages with visual aids to improve comprehension.
  • In educational settings, to teach concepts relating to cycles in economics, biology, or other subjects involving repeated processes.
  • Within project management presentations to demonstrate project phases or iterative development stages in a clear and visual manner.

Related products