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Product Development Timeline Example
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Product Development Timeline Example

Slide Content

The slide represents a timeline for product development, segmented into six stages. Each stage features a distinct color and an icon representing a phase of the product development process: "Stage 1" shows a figure for team or user, "Stage 2" incorporates a light bulb for an idea, "Stage 3" includes a clipboard symbolizing planning, "Stage 4" presents a computer for execution or development, "Stage 5" displays two vertical sliders for testing or refinement, and "Stage 6" shows a cloud for deployment or launch. At the beginning of the timeline, there is a label "Product development phases" indicating the main theme of the timeline.

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a horizontal timeline with a series of connected, arrow-shaped chevrons in different colors.
  • Each chevron has an icon centered within it, corresponding to the respective stage of product development.
  • The colors palette ranges from light gray, yellow, red, teal, dark blue, to deep navy as the timeline progresses from stage 1 to stage 6.
  • Above each arrow-shaped chevron, there are labels indicating each stage, numbered from "Stage 1" through "Stage 6."
  • The timeline is displayed against a white background, with subtle gray lines connecting stage labels to the corresponding chevrons.

The overall appearance of the slide is modern and clean, utilizing a geometric design with a harmonious color progression to communicate the stages of product development clearly and effectively.

Use Cases

  • To present the step-by-step process of a product's development lifecycle during business meetings or investor presentations.
  • As a visual roadmap in project management meetings to discuss progress, next steps, or to assign tasks for each stage.
  • For educational purposes to explain the phases of product development to students or new employees within a company.
  • As part of a pitch deck to potential clients or partners, to showcase the company's structured approach to developing new products.

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