Free doodle arrow process for PowerPoint and Google Slides. Drawing of three speech bubbles with swirly arrows. Editable graphics with icons and text placeholders.
Doodle Speech Bubbles
The doodle arrow process is part of our diagram doodle collection. As a matter of fact, we custom-designed each of them to perfectly suit your presentation needs. We hope you like them and that they will help you optimize your slides.
Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be composed of random and abstract lines, generally without ever lifting the drawing device from the paper, in which case it is usually called a “scribble”.
— Source: Wikipedia
Do you remember the drawings you used to make on our notebooks in school? These are doodling. When used in graphic design, Doodles are fun sketchy graphics that will give your presentation a more informal, personalized, and handcrafted tone.
More specifically, this is a hand-drawn illustration of three horizontally-aligned speech bubbles (aka speaking bubbles or speech balloons). Also, swirly arrows pointing right connect each speech bubble to emphasize the relationship (these editable elements can be removed easily if not needed).
Finally, you can use it as a process or workflow. These sketchy speech balloons will also be perfect to present quotes or grouped lists of information.
Shapes are 100% editable: colors and sizes can be easily changed.
This template includes a monochrome version (on a light and a dark background) and a colored illustration. It includes 2 slide option designs: Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9).
Widescreen (16:9) size preview:
This ‘Doodle Speech Bubbles for PowerPoint and Google Slides’ features:
- 3 unique slides
- Monochrome and colored variants
- Light and Dark layout
- Ready to use template with icons and text placeholders
- Completely editable shapes
- Uses a selection of editable PowerPoint icons
- Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9) aspect ratios
- PPTX file and for Google Slides
Free fonts used:
- Mansalva (Google Font – Download this font here)
- Helvetica (System Font)
- Calibri (System Font)
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