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Editing HR Outline Icons in PowerPoint
from deck Employer Branding HR Process Diagrams (PPT Template)

Editing HR Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide is designed to instruct on how to edit HR outline icons in PowerPoint, dividing the content into "Do" and "Don't" for clarity. Under "Do," it suggests that you can easily change the outline color of the icon or adjust the width of the icon outline by changing shape weight, which means altering the thickness of the icon's line for better visibility. On the "Don't" side, it recommends not to give outline icons color fill as it may hamper readability, and to avoid using too thick lines that will render the icon unreadable, suggesting that excessive line thickness can obscure details.

Graphical Look

  • The slide is split vertically into two sections with a light blue column on the left labeled "Do" and a pink column on the right labeled "Don't."
  • Both columns feature a wavy separation line that gives a dynamic look to the content division.
  • The left column contains two examples of icons with different adjustments; one showing the change in outline color and the other the change in outline thickness.
  • The right column shows two examples of discouraged practices; one is an icon with color fill and the other with overly thick outlines.
  • Each section has a brief explanatory text under the examples, providing guidance on the best practices for icon modification.
  • Icons used for illustration purposes are push-pin shapes in various configurations to showcase acceptable edits and poor practices.

The slide uses contrasting colors to differentiate between good and bad practices effectively. The overall look is modern and clean, with minimalist iconography and clear, concise instructional text.

Use Cases

  • To instruct teams on proper PowerPoint icon editing techniques during a presentation design training session.
  • As part of a style guide presentation to ensure consistency in visual communication across an organization's documents.
  • In tutorials for new employees who require knowledge about the company's PowerPoint template usage and iconography standards.
  • When giving a workshop or webinar on best practices for creating presentations to ensure legibility and professional aesthetics in visual elements.

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