Concept Slides: Seven Segment Circle
Date Created: September 22nd 2012
Last Updated: September 22nd 2012
A segment of a circle is defined as the region between the chord of a circle and its associated arc. This conceptual slide contains a circle with 7 segments you can use to illustrate any concept or entity comprising 7 components/elements, for example seven days of a week. Try and use pictures that complement each other – or even strongly contrast with each other. In the sample slides you see, we used an Education theme for all the pictures within the 7 segments. Whatever choices you make, the resulting slide should have a compelling impact on your audience – and should sync with the message of your presentation. We have used basic PowerPoint shapes to create most of these conceptual designs. Also, some of them are imported from other graphic programs and converted to PowerPoint shapes.
The sample presentation that you download comprises seven segment circles contained within two separate slides -- one with a picture fill, and the other with just a solid color fill. Copy these slides to your PowerPoint presentation and change the fills and effects of individual segments as well as the thin donut shaped circle around the segment, using PowerPoint’s Fills, Lines, and Effects. If you want you can also try applying some animation to the circle. The graphic has been created using basic PowerPoint shapes -- all segments are editable. All these concept designs are owned by Indezine.com.