How to Present Risk on a Slide [concept visualization]

Need to present risk concept?  Is a risk topic of your next presentation? We see this concept to appear often in market analysis presentations such as SWOT evaluations, PEST model or Porter Forces analysis. The risk management is another obvious area in content of finances or various technical sectors. However also start-up pitch presentations use risk idea in the slides about potential market risks.

Visual Metaphors for Risk – Modern and Neutral

Check icon ideas from flat icons collection – suitable for style-neutral graphics fitting to any presentation style.

risk ppt flat icons

The collection features a variety of different approaches to representing a risk (click on links below to open a view of the specific PowerPoint icons):

For Creative Style – Unique Hand Drawn Risk Symbols

If you want your presentation to be more outstanding, get informal. Go for a creative hand drawn symbols. Such style is more personal and unique.

risk icons creative doodle

Similar to our modern collection, our creative presentation diagrams rely on the symbolism of risk being interpreted as:

Do you have another idea you want to illustrate in your document? Let us know in the comments below. We’d love to hear back from you.

Further reading

Check more our articles on designing creative presentations. See all articles Showing a Business Concept in a Presentation or explore specific topics:

Further Inspirations

Need to show another concept in a presentation? See how to illustrate other business concepts  – Strategy, Investment, Deadline and more.

Check our Business Concepts Visualisation List blog:

One picture to rule them – Visual Metaphors Ideas

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