Roadmap Infographics Templates
Free Google Slides theme and PowerPoint template
Infographics are great visual aids to present complex pieces of information or data. Do you need a helping hand? Get the show on the road with these roadmap infographics for your presentations!
Roadmap diagrams are great for projects and organizations. They are powerful tools that create a linear visualization of your data, timelines or steps. As their name suggests, they look like roads or paths. Use them to talk about your history, goals, where you want to be, future projects or the different stages of your work.
Our infographics have three, four, five, seven or nine elements in different shapes and styles: curved or straight roads, paths with and without trees or traffic circles. We have also added icons, speech bubbles and other shapes to depict your information. Colors are varied as well, including red, yellow, green, blue and gray. All these resources are completely editable and fairly easy to personalize. Use them for personal or commercial projects, business, health, education… You choose!
Features of these infographics
- Infographic templates with a lot of roads and paths
- 100% editable and easy to modify
- 30 different infographics to boost your presentations
- Include icons and Flaticon’s extension for further customization
- Designed to be used in Google Slides, Microsoft PowerPoint and Keynote
- 16:9 widescreen format suitable for all types of screens
- Include information about how to edit and customize your infographics
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