This series contains an artist's renderings of bridges and gaps. The reason this artwork is useful is because the gap, bridges, and sections of the large bridge can be used together as reveals to tell a story in ways that clipart never can. They all fit and work perfectly together.
The series come in two file types, although both are downloadable within a PowerPoint document. One set is editable within PowerPoint, i.e., you can change the colors of the lines to match your template. The other format is a PNG image on the PowerPoint page. The PNG cannot be edited, but it has a nice sketchy look. For documents with a dark background, use the editable version. You'll need to apply a light color so the images can be seen against the background. To help you decide which framework to download, consider the following:
- cn011_v1 and v3 are PNGs – not editable
- cn011_v2 and v4 are editable – you can change the color of the lines
The concepts that the bridges can illustrate are:
- Bridging the gap
- Delivery efficiencies
- Overcoming a barrier or obstacle
See cn013 for a large bridge that can be used to illustrate a growing delivery capability. This bridge ca be broken apart in the same manner as the bridges in this series.
The tutorial provides very useful information and tips about using these frameworks. Spend a couple of minutes reviewing the best practices for working with the bridges.
Key search words: spanning the gap, pipeline, bridge, gap, barrier, ravine
Keywords: spanning the gap, pipeline, bridge, gap, barrier, ravine