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Example of the buildings icons set
British Isles Map UK Ireland with Counties (PPT editable)
The PowerPoint slide titled "Icons: Buildings" showcases a collection of icons related to urban development and economic indicators such as production facilities, factories, GDP, urban skylines, cities, and metro areas. The first set labeled "Production Facility & Factory" includes icons representing industrial buildings. The "City" section contains icons depicting different silhouettes of urban skylines, emphasizing variability in the city landscape. The phrase "Fully Editable" suggests that these icons can be customized to fit different presentation needs, while "Production & GDP" likely implies that some icons combine industrial and economic themes.
- The slide features a white background which provides a clean canvas for the colorful icons and text.
- A title is placed at the top in large, bold font, with a subtitle underneath in a smaller font.
- Two sections are evident, each with a label in purple text indicating the category of icons ("Production Facility & Factory" and "City").
- Each section contains a set of flat design icons in shades of purple and teal, each icon distinct but consistent in style.
- To the right, there is a teal banner with the text "Fully Editable," suggesting customizability of the icons.
- There is a short text line in the lower-right corner that reads "Editable filling, outline, shadow, and reflection..." hinting at the different design modifications possible with the icons.
- The icons are minimalist and abstract, employing simple shapes and elements to suggest buildings, factories, or economic concepts.
- The layout of the slide is balanced, with equal space allotted to the two icon sections and a clear separation between different types of icons.
The slide exudes a professional and minimalist design, focused on visual representation of different building and economic concepts. The use of color is limited to purples and teals, providing a unified and modern aesthetic.
- Introducing urban development concepts in a business strategy presentation.
- Illustrating topics related to manufacturing or industry trends in an economic report.
- Enhancing slides in a real estate investment pitch to quickly convey concepts of cityscapes or infrastructure.
- Using as visual aids in an educational setting to teach about urban planning, economic indicators, or geographical studies.