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Project status table with harvey ball indicators
from deck Outline Diagrams - Ultimate Deck for Visual Presentations (PPT graphics)

Project Status Table with Harvey Ball Indicators

Slide Content

The slide presents a project status overview using Harvey Ball indicators to represent progress across five projects over four quarters plus an additional period. Project 1 through Project 5 are listed vertically, with the corresponding progress for each quarter displayed in Harvey Balls, which are pie-chart-like circles that fill proportionally to indicate progress. The Scale on the right provides a visual key for interpreting these indicators: a full circle represents completion, while an empty one signifies no progress.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white, offering a clean, minimalistic design.
  • At the top, there is a page title in a large, bold, sans-serif font.
  • A colored horizontal line separates the title from the table beneath.
  • A legend for understanding the Harvey Ball indicators (the Scale) is aligned to the right side.
  • The table features five rows, labeled Project 1 through Project 5, with light grey font.
  • There are five columns for the time periods, spanning from 1Q 2020 to 1Q 2021, with a distinguished green horizontal line above them.
  • Each cell within the table contains a Harvey Ball indicator, varying in fill to represent project status.
  • The left side of the slide has a decorative graphic element with a gauge icon in grey, accentuated with a blue line that fits into the slide's color scheme.

The overall look of the slide is professional and clean, utilizing a color scheme that highlights important elements without being distracting. The use of Harvey Ball indicators makes the slide visually engaging and allows for quick comprehension of project statuses.

Use Cases

  • To present project progress updates in executive meetings or board presentations.
  • For visual reporting in project management reviews and team meetings.
  • To compare and contrast the progress of multiple projects at a glance during stakeholder briefings.
  • Use during portfolio management sessions to provide a snapshot of ongoing initiatives.

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