Project Description

Free yin and yang variation for PowerPoint and Google Slides. Two side-by-side circle lines ending or starting with a drop shape. A great alternative to the yin and yang symbol to illustrate dualism. Editable graphics with icons and text placeholders.

Yian and Yang Variation

You probably already know the yin and yang symbol. In fact, it is a lot more than a black and white sign. Indeed, it actually represents the principle of dualism with opposing forces.

More specifically, this yin and yang variation illustrates 2 circular lines starting or ending with a drop shape. Therefore, unlike the popular circle Chinese symbol, this graphic shows two opposing circular elements, displayed side-by-side.

You can use this variation to illustrate 2 dichotomous, opposite concepts or ideas. For example: “good vs. bad”, “positive vs. negative”, “strengths vs. weaknesses”, etc.

Shapes are 100% editable: colors and sizes can be easily changed.

The text is displayed for illustrative purposes only. It should (and has to) be edited to fit your own needs. Feel free to customize this template with your selection of icons (to insert an icon under PowerPoint, go to Insert > Icons…)

Includes 2 slide option designs: Standard (4:3) and Widescreen (16:9).

Widescreen (16:9) size preview:

This ‘Yin and Yang Variation for PowerPoint and Google Slides’ features:

  • 2 unique slides
  • 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:

  • Helvetica (System Font)
  • Calibri (System Font)