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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint
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Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint

Slide Content

The slide is about "Editing Outline Icons in PowerPoint" and illustrates the Dos and Don'ts of modifying outline icons. It suggests that the outline color of icons can be easily changed to fit different design needs, explaining that the icon's visual weight can be adjusted by changing the outline thickness. It advises to refrain from adding color fills to outline icons, as it may make the icon unreadable, and warns against using overly thick lines, which could also render the icon unclear.

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a split background with a gradient blue on the left and gradient red on the right.
  • The title text is large, bold, and centered at the top of the slide.
  • On the left side, the text "Do" appears in a bright blue area with two PowerPoint interface screenshots below, each highlighting the options to change the outline color and width.
  • The right side features the text "Don't" in a red area, accompanied by two examples of poorly edited icons: one filled with color and the other with a too thick outline.
  • Four icons are shown side by side for comparison: on the left are two correct examples (light outline and adjusted weight), and on the right are two incorrect examples (color fill and thick outline).

The slide uses contrasting colors and a balanced design to visually compare the correct and incorrect ways to modify outline icons.

Use Cases

  • Demonstrating best practices for customizing visuals in a presentation design workshop.
  • Providing guidelines on iconography during a team meeting for a UI/UX design project.
  • Enhancing corporate branding materials by educating employees on consistent visual standards.
  • Offering quick reference tips within a graphic design course or educational module.

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