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Status Indicators Icons – Harvey Balls
from deck Simple Flat Icons for infographics (PPT vector symbols)

Status Indicators Icons – Harvey Balls

Slide Content

The slide presents a collection of "Harvey Balls" icons, which are used to visually represent the degree of completion related to a task or status of a project. They range from a filled circle representing "Full/Complete," a three-quarter filled circle for "Mostly Completed," a half-filled circle indicating "Half Done", a quarter filled circle for "Partial," to an empty circle representing no progress or "Not Started". These simple graphical indicators help in quickly conveying the advancement of project tasks or process statuses.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, minimalist design with a white background.
  • On the left-hand side, there are two columns of various Harvey Balls icons displayed in different stages of completion using shades of blue.
  • The icons demonstrate five levels of status: full, three-quarter, half, quarter, and empty.
  • To the right, there's a vertical sidebar in dark color with text indicating the icons are "Fully editable."
  • Below the editable note, three circles are displayed against a dark background to show how the icons are suitable for different slide backgrounds.
  • The icons are presented with a consistent style and flat design.

The slide has a modern and professional appearance, using a limited color palette to ensure the icons stand out clearly. The intentional use of negative space highlights the icons' simplicity and their status representation function.

Use Cases

  • Demonstrating project progress during status update meetings to visually communicate completion levels.
  • Tracking and presenting task or milestone achievements in project timelines or Gantt charts.
  • Providing a visual summary of the status for various items in a dashboard report.
  • Comparing the completion levels of different projects or departments in an organization during executive briefings.

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