Your presentation-development partner … demonstrate and inspire!

Horizontal Flow 045

Puzzle Flow

Puzzle Flow example of possible use

Unlike most horizontal flows, this framework does not flow from segment to segment. The pieces join together to create a whole, and the whole framework conveys the flow. The example shows how this framework might be used: assembling a whole and then flowing or moving to a new status or next step.

There are three variations in the series. They can be blended with the other horizontal flows, e.g., start with a basic horizontal flow as the first segment in the flow and adding a couple segments from from this series. See the tutorial for more information on blending with other horizontal flows.

The three segments are …

Variation 1: this variation is not strictly a flow, but a bar that is made up of puzzle pieces. This series will also show up in the Segments Category.

Variation 2: this variation is a flow that is sized just like the other horizontal flows, but the segment separations are puzzle tabs and slots. The end segment has an arrow.

Variation 3: this variation is just like variation 2, but the first segment is indented. This is the variation to use if you wish combine with a different horizontal flow segment (see tutorial).

Key search words: puzzle flow, pieces of whole, horizontal


Tutorial for Puzzle Flows

Keywords: puzzle flow, pieces of whole, horizontal

Categories: Flows, Segments, Flows - Horizontal

Links to instructions for getting the framework into your presentation

Click on a name for more information.
Click on a thumbnail to view a larger image