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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
from deck Recruitment, Selection, Hiring HR Processes (PPT Template)

Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide provides guidelines for modifying outline icons in PowerPoint presentations. It contrasts the recommended practices (Do) with those to avoid (Don't), explained through textual instructions and visual examples. The "Do" section suggests changing the color or width of the icon outlines easily, with emphasis on the customization of icon aesthetics to fit presentation designs. The "Don't" section advises against giving outline icons a color fill and points out that using a line that's too thick can make the icons unreadable, emphasizing the importance of maintaining icon clarity.

Graphical Look

  • The slide is split into two main colored sections, blue for "Do" and red for "Don't", each with opposing tips.
  • Each section has a header with a wavy lower border, and contains two examples of icons.
  • The "Do" section icons are not filled, demonstrating acceptable changes in outline color and weight.
  • The "Don't" section icons have a solid fill or overly thick lines to showcase undesirable practices.
  • There's a text box underneath each set of icons, providing a brief explanation relevant to that section.
  • A light grey rectangle with a dark border is positioned at the bottom of each section for text explanations.
  • A bent arrow point towards the "Do" section from the left adds visual interest, while graphical elements appear to be flat and modern in design.

The overall look of the slide is clean and modern, with a strong visual contrast between the recommended and discouraged practices. The icon examples are universally understandable and complement the text explanations effectively.

Use Cases

  • Explaining design best practices during a graphic design or branding presentation to show how to maintain visual coherence.
  • Training new employees or team members on internal PowerPoint template guidelines and icon usage.
  • Presenting UI/UX guidelines for software design, where iconography plays an integral role in user interfaces.
  • Comparing effective versus ineffective design choices in a workshop setting focused on visual communication.

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