Cartoons have a great way of adding movement to an image. Images can be static and without animations (easier to share online). All you need to do is use an informal font such as Boopee and add some arrows and loosely drawn lines.
The following chart example was inspired by the first "pong" video games that came out in the 80s.
While the style of the slide is informal, the content is serious enough that I would not hesitate to include it in presentation to the Board. I took out the specific customer example to maintain client confidentiality.
I am a big supporter of the global "ban comic sans movement", try not to use that font.

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