Shield Process Flow Diagram Template for PowerPoint and Keynote Slide
Shield process flow diagram is created with four shield shapes and four infographic icons. This is crafted as a generic template, therefore, any idea or concept may be incorporated with this shield design. Business steps, stages, process, strategies and plans that involve four concepts can be illustrated by the shield process flow diagram PowerPoint template. Besides, the special features of a product or four elements of social or economic theory as displayed as well. So, the shield diagram can also use for educational purposes. The shapes here portray, enables the idea of smooth transition of a process. The features available in PowerPoint are fully customizable and editable.
The process flow diagram template for PowerPoint allows the presentation in a fully exclusive way. That is, the shield shape in this diagram has a speciality. Normally, we are using the shield shape to represent the concept of “protection and security”. Therefore, professionals from the field of insurance, cyber security and fire and safety can be used this shield PowerPoint template to deliver their messages symbolically or metaphorically.
Shield Process Flow Diagram PowerPoint template comprises white and black background with four shields shaped in the form of a cross each in blue, red, green and orange color. Each shield can signify each aspect or variant related to your topic of presentation. Since there are four shields, you may also use the slide for showing four arrangements, four sections or four types involved in a process flow. Near to each shape there is a brief text box where you can display the title along with the explanation regarding your subject chosen. The Shield Process Flow Diagram Template can be used for representing business, academic, scholar, medical or any other topics in any field of study. There is less clutter and the information is well presented for the audience to understand and integrate while making your presentation. The template is designed in both PowerPoint and keynote in both the aspect ratio 4:3(Normal) and 16:9 (widescreen).