Timelines that are Different – 06

Created: Wednesday, June 22, 2016, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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Many of you have been following our Timelines that are Different series, and it’s now time to show you another fantastic timeline that you can use on your PowerPoint slides. The requirement to be featured in this series is not to be just useful and interesting, but the featured timeline also needs to be different and stand apart from usual timeline offerings.

Our sixth timeline slide is from infoDiagram, a template site based out of London, UK. My contact at infoDiagram was Peter Zvirinsky.

This particular timeline looks very simple indeed, and that in itself provides it with an amazingly, different attribute. The watercolor-stroke appearance of this timeline is uncomplicated and captivating at the same time. infoDiagram calls this diagram a Watercolor Timeline Arrow.

Watercolor Timeline Arrow

The limitation of this timeline is that you cannot add too many timeline stops. The sample shown above already has four stops, and you may be able to squeeze in an extra timeline stop at the most. Fortunately, this timeline slide is part of many other similarly styled Watercolor slides, and you may use elements from other slides to create more coordinated slides!

Watercolor Timeline Arrow

Template Link | Aspect Ratio: Standard (4:3) only

If you have found a timeline template that’s different than others, do let us know by adding a comment. Also, if you are a vendor who wants their templates to be featured as part of this series, do get in touch with us via our feedback form.

See More Timelines that are Different: 01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07

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