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Outline Icons – General

Slide Content

The slide is presenting a collection of outline icons that symbolize various general concepts such as an office, a building representing headquarters or places of work, chat and support icons for customer service, a megaphone for marketing or announcements, technology and circuit icons representing connectivity, a series of waves for frequency or sound, a shield for security or protection, a clock for time cycle or periods, layered shapes for compositions or structures, a globe for world or international topics, a handshake for agreements or partnerships, and a solution icon, which could symbolize answers or resolutions to problems.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a white background with a teal header containing the title "Outline Icons - General".
  • A collection of 12 monochrome outline icons is evenly distributed across the center of the slide, arranged in 3 rows and 4 columns.
  • The icons depict - from left to right, top to bottom - a modern building, a chat bubble with three dots, a megaphone emitting sound waves, and a circuit diagram.
  • The second row features another circuit diagram, a frequency waveform, a shield, and a clock demonstrating time cycle.
  • The final row shows layers, a globe, a handshake, and two interconnected puzzle pieces.
  • The right side of the slide has a dark navy blue vertical banner with a lighter blue chevron on top and the text "Fully editable icons" in white.
  • Within the dark blue banner area, four versions of the circuit icon are shown, each with a different color (white, yellow, orange, blue).
  • A white circle overlaid on the bottom part of the banner displays one white circuit icon.

The slide employs a clean, minimalist design with plenty of white space to ensure the icons stand out. Each icon effectively communicates its intended concept through simple visual cues.

Use Cases

  • To visually enhance bullet points or topics in a business presentation.
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Use Cases

  • Used as a visual aid in business presentations to quickly convey key business concepts like security, technology, or global reach.
  • Utilized in marketing materials to represent different services or features being discussed such as customer support or innovation.
  • Incorporated into training documents to illustrate various topics, making them more engaging and easier to remember.
  • Selected as infographics in reports to visually summarize the different areas of business like workflow, team collaboration, or time management.

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