How often do you need to present a summary, results or share ideas, connected with an outcome concept? It can be challenging to choose eye-catching, intuitive graphics that will help your audience understand complex or abstract concepts.
Our designers came up with the icons to help you express outcome concepts without the time-consuming process of creating your own graphics. See if their ideas in this blog can inspire your next presentation!
Hand-drawn outcome concept graphics are perfect for creative presentations
- A sum 100 icon is great for presenting an outcome summary or general conclusion.
- A flowchart graphic can help your audience conceptualize the results of a project or process.
- Box icons can call to mind a delivered product.
- Stars are wonderful visual metaphors for new creation, product, and service outcomes.
- Use document or report icons with checkmarks to represent project completion or publication.
Outline and flat style outcome concept graphics can improve your formal presentations
- Use star icons to help your audience visualize new product launches and creative outcomes.
- A box graphic or circles with a checkmark inside can represent delivered product outcomes.
- Book, report, and document icons can help you present final publication outcome concepts.
- A flow chart icon can help your audience visualize the outcomes of a process.
- Result symbol icons can be used to visualize the process from idea to earning, from the start to the final outcome.
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Make an impact-visualize big concepts
Explaining big ideas and complex topics is a challenge. Our designers have made many eye-catching, ready-to-use icons to help you! View our Concept Visualization Master List post if you’re struggling to visualize an abstract concept or complicated idea.