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Meetings Symbols​: One to One, Online Call, Group, Team, Male, Female ​
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Icons: Meetings Symbols

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Icons: Meetings Symbols" showcases a range of graphical representations related to different meeting contexts, like "One to One," which indicates a meeting between two individuals, "Online Virtual Call" suggesting a digital communication setup, "Group" referring to a meeting with multiple participants, "Team Gathering" indicating a collective session of a team, "Male" and "Female" to depict gender-specific icons. The icons are intended to represent various meeting scenarios and participants in a visual format and the slide indicates that they are fully editable.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is plain with a muted shade of blue.
  • There are eight icons arranged in two rows and four columns.
  • The icons are depicted in a dual-tone color palette of purple and dark blue.
  • Each icon comprises simple geometric shapes and human silhouettes to represent different meeting types and participants.
  • Subtle shadows and reflections are added to the bottom of each icon.
  • The icons include images of individuals, pairs, and groups in different meeting contexts, such as using a computer or sitting around a table.
  • Above the icons, there's a green and dark blue label that states "Fully Editable".
  • Below the icons, a subtitle in white text reads "Editable filling, shadow, and reflection..."

Overall, the slide has a minimalistic and professional appearance, with a clear emphasis on the icons, which are designed to be intuitive and easily recognizable. The complementary colors, simple shapes, and clean layout give the slide a modern and functional aesthetic.

Use Cases

  • To visually illustrate different types of meeting arrangements within a business presentation.
  • As part of an instructional slide deck to explain communication protocols or meeting etiquette.
  • To quickly highlight and differentiate between gender considerations in meetings through the use of gender-specific icons.
  • In HR or team coordination presentations to plan and assign appropriate meeting formats to various teams or departments.

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