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Outline Icons – Value and Rating
from deck B2B Customer Segmentation Models Presentation (PPT Template)

Outline Icons – Value and Rating

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Outline Icons – Value and Rating" presents a series of symbols that represent various concepts associated with value and feedback. The icons include a trophy (achievement), star (quality or popularity), diamond (exclusivity or value), rocket (innovation or growth), and emotive symbols such as a heart (affection or love) and broken heart (loss or disappointment). Additionally, there are icons for a document with a checkmark (approval or completion) and a checkmark or cross (evaluation or decision-making).

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, providing a clean and neutral canvas for the content.
  • A dark turquoise header spans the top with the slide title in white text aligned to the left.
  • Below the title, a row of keyword tags associated with the icons' topics in a smaller font.
  • A series of line art icons are arrayed in two rows, evenly spaced and centrally aligned on the slide.
  • Each icon is monochromatic, using a light shade of gray outlining the symbol.
  • To the right, there is a section with a dark background and three colored icons - symbols matching one of the outline icons - presented in a vertical line, captioned 'Fully editable icons'.
  • The slide has a left-aligned content area, with a right-aligned dark section creating contrast and visual interest.

The slide exhibits a modern and professional aesthetic with a clear demarcation between the textual content and the icons. The use of color is minimal, drawing attention to the editable icons section.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate different aspects of performance and evaluation in a business report or presentation.
  • As visual aids in employee training materials, highlighting various metrics of success and areas for feedback.
  • In marketing materials to symbolize value propositions, product features, or customer satisfaction metrics.
  • During strategy meetings to prompt discussion on company goals related to quality, innovation, and client relations.

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