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Head and Brain Outline Icons Set – Business
from deck Creative Brain and Head Outline Infographics (PPT Template)

Head and Brain Outline Icons Set – Business

Slide Content

The slide is titled "Head and Brain Outline Icons Set – Business" and features a collection of line icons relevant to business concepts. These include a Banknote icon representing money or finance, a Target for goals, a Focus icon depicted by a magnifying glass, a Search or Data Analysis icon, Sign or Direction, Choice with two arrows, organizational elements like Arrows, a List, and technology-related icons such as a Laptop and Computer. Additionally, there are Settings and Gears for processes or operations, and human interaction is represented by a Handshake icon denoting deal or cooperation.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a dark blue header with a teal gradient and white text.
  • A three-column layout presents twelve line icons, four in each column.
  • Each icon is surrounded by a generous amount of white space.
  • Icons are simplistic with a modern outline style and vary slightly in size.
  • The Banknote, Target, and Magnifying Glass icons take the top row, showing finance, goal-setting, and focus or inspection concepts.
  • The middle row features directional and decision-making icons, such as Arrows and a List.
  • The bottom row has technology-themed icons including a Laptop and Computer, and operational icons like Settings and Gears.
  • The color scheme is primarily monochromatic with accent colors (blue, orange, and green) highlighting directional signs in the right column.
  • A circle emphasizes one of the Directional icons, making it stand out from the rest.

The slide has a clean, professional look with icons that are easily identifiable and neatly arranged. The use of color accents draws attention to certain icons, ensuring visual variety and interest.

Use Cases

  • To visually communicate different business concepts during presentations or workshops.
  • To enhance slide aesthetics in corporate training materials, using icons to symbolize abstract ideas.
  • To support talking points in a pitch, making it easier for the audience to follow along with visual cues.
  • To provide a visual index or navigation aid in a document or presentation, using icons to represent sections or topics.

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