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Debtors Analysis Icons Set – Rating

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is titled "Debtors Analysis Icons Set – Rating" and presents a collection of 15 flat design icons that pertain to customer and debtor analysis. These include symbols for customers, opinions, urgency, and various emotional reactions. Each icon represents a concept such as customer or client (two silhouetted figures), group (speech bubble), comment, opinion or review (thumbs up), an urgent or warning sign (exclamation mark), research (magnifying glass), and different emotional responses (smiling, neutral, and sad faces). Rating is depicted with traffic light colors, and satisfaction is indicated with the smiling face icon.

Graphical Look

  • The slide title is displayed prominently at the top in large, dark text on a light background.
  • Below the title, there's a supportive text listing the concepts linked to the icons, such as "Customer, Client, Group," etc., in a smaller font.
  • The icons are arranged in three rows and five columns.
  • Each icon is styled as a simple, outline glyph for clarity and ease of understanding.
  • The color scheme for the icons is monochromatic, primarily using shades of blue-gray, except for the traffic light icons that feature green, yellow, and red.
  • The background is split with the upper portion being light and the lower section dark, providing contrast that highlights the icons in the forefront.
  • The top right corner features a tagline "Fully editable icons" over a dark teal banner.

The slide has a clean, professional aesthetic with a minimalist design that focuses on the icons themselves. The use of color is reserved and strategic, drawing attention to the rating aspect with the traffic lights while maintaining a corporate feel.

Use Cases

  • Presenting customer feedback analysis in business meetings, where each icon can represent different metrics or sentiments.
  • In financial presentations, to discuss debtor sentiment and analyze the effectiveness of credit management strategies.
  • Training sessions for new employees in customer service or credit control departments, to familiarize them with key symbols and terminology.
  • Marketing or sales team discussions, when evaluating customer satisfaction and gathering insights for product or service improvements.

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