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Scrum Icons: Artefacts 1

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Scrum Icons: Artefacts 1" introduces viewers to four key concepts in Scrum methodology through icons and brief descriptors. "Product Backlog" is represented as a list of tasks or features prioritized for future development, essentially the to-do list for a product. "Sprint Backlog" details the selected tasks from the Product Backlog to be completed in the current sprint, serving as the team's commitment for the sprint. "Impediment Log" highlights obstacles that could hinder progress, which the team needs to address. "Retrospective" implies a meeting to reflect on the sprint's successes and areas of improvement. "Burndown Chart" is shown as a tool to track the work completed over time, typically used to predict when all work will be completed. Lastly, "Product" symbolizes the end result or deliverable of the Scrum process.

Graphical Look

  • Six stylized icons, each with a corresponding label beneath it.
  • The icons are colored with shades of orange, black, and white, and depict various aspects of Scrum artifacts.
  • Each icon is accompanied by a grey arrow-shaped bullet point directed towards the icon, which serves as a text holder for the labels.
  • The icons and text elements are arranged in two rows of three columns, evenly spaced horizontally and vertically on the slide.
  • The background of the slide is plain white, providing contrast for the icons and text.

The slide has a clean and simple design, with a professional appearance. The use of flat design for the icons and minimalist text placement makes it visually accessible and focused.

Use Cases

  • Introducing Scrum artifacts in a training presentation for new team members or students learning about agile methodologies.
  • Starting a Scrum kick-off meeting where the team goes over the artifacts they will be using during the project.
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