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Additional people figures intended to illustrate family
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Additional people figures: Family
This PowerPoint slide presents a set of vector graphics representing family members, titled "Additional people figures: Family." It introduces two categories: Parents and Kids, each followed by a row of stylized human figures. The Parents category features two adult figures differentiating genders, while the Kids section includes four child figures suggesting two sizes, presumably to indicate age variance. Each concept offers a visualization of family roles and members which could be used to enhance audience understanding in various contexts.
- The slide has a clean white background.
- It features a header with dark text on a light background and a ribbon-like teal element with white text indicating "Fully editable."
- Below the header, there are two sets of labeled vector graphics: one labeled "Parents" and the other labeled "Kids."
- The "Parents" set includes two larger, color-filled icon figures representing an adult male with orange fill and an adult female with a golden fill.
- The "Kids" section has four smaller icons with two different sizes and contrasting lime green fills, suggesting variation in age or development stage among the children.
- Each figure has a thick, bold outline giving a modern flat design aesthetic.
- The icons are arranged in a balanced, evenly spaced manner across the slide.
- At the bottom right corner, there is a small collection of icons within a dark blue rectangle that provides an alternative black and white version of the figures.
The overall look is modern and minimalistic, using flat design icons with bold outlines and a clear distinction between categories through size and color. The layout is well organized, and the color contrast ensures legibility and visual appeal.
- In business presentations discussing demographics, specifically relating to family structure and consumer behavior.
- For illustrating human resources materials, especially those related to employee benefits for families.
- When designing educational content that addresses the topic of family dynamics or child development.
- As visual aids in marketing strategies targeting family-oriented products or services.