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Weekly project durations table depicted with distinctive colors
Gantt Chart Graphics for Project Planning (PPT Template)
Weekly Project Durations Table
This PowerPoint slide, titled "Weekly Project Durations Table", presents a quarterly view with 6 categories using distinctive colors. The table is organized into columns for Weeks 1 to 4 across three months, signifying a quarter. Each row presumably represents a different project or task, color-coded to illustrate the duration and timeframe. The colors help differentiate between tasks while aligning them to the respective weeks across months, facilitating a visual representation of overlapping activities and workload distribution.
- A large title in dark blue at the top of the slide sets the theme: "Weekly Project Durations Table".
- Below the title is a subtitle in gray: "Quarter view with 6 Categories, Distinctive Colors".
- A table occupies the central part of the slide, with columns labeled from 'W1' to 'W4' for each of the three months.
- Inside the table, colored horizontal bars represent project durations in weeks.
- Six circles with icons are aligned horizontally at the bottom of the slide, each paired with a text box for additional information. These icons include a gear with a brain, a question mark, a lightbulb, a chess piece, a book, and tools.
- The circles with icons use shades of teal, gray, blue, dark gray, purple, and gold.
The slide utilizes a clean and professional design with a light gray grid table against a white background. The use of color on the horizontal bars adds visual interest and aids in distinguishing between different elements.
- To visually represent project timelines and durations during project management meetings.
- In status update presentations to provide a clear overview of multiple project phases and their progress.
- For portfolio management presentations, to highlight when and how resources are allocated across projects.
- During planning sessions to facilitate the identification of potential overlaps and capacity issues in project scheduling.