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Project Status Table with Harvey Ball Indicators
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Project Status Table with Harvey Ball Indicators

Slide Content

The slide presents a "Project Status Table with Harvey Ball Indicators" that is designed to track and communicate the progress of various projects across different time periods. Each row represents a project, labeled Project 1 through Project 5. The columns correspond to quarterly time frames, specifically 2Q 20XX to 1Q 20XX. Harvey Balls are used as visual indicators of completion level: full circles for full completion, half circles for half completion, and quarter circles for quarter completion. An additional text box suggests an area to provide a summary or description of the table's content.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, professional layout with a white background and a primary color scheme of blue, grey, and yellow.
  • The title of the slide is in a large, bold, sans-serif font, set against a light blue horizontal rule.
  • Five label tags, with a golden-yellow outline and a drop shadow effect, are aligned on the left, listing "Project 1" to "Project 5".
  • A six-column grid displays the quarters "2Q 20XX" through "1Q 20XX" across the top in a blue font.
  • Harvey Ball icons in various fill levels (full, half, and quarter) are aligned within the grid to indicate project status.
  • A rectangular box with rounded corners, containing placeholder text, is positioned to the right, outside the grid.
  • A thin, circular, incomplete Harvey Ball icon decorates the upper-right corner of the summary box.
  • No footer information is included in the description.

The slide's visual composition is systematic and easy to interpret, with the use of vibrant but professional colors enhancing readability. The Harvey Balls effectively convey progress levels, making the slide visually engaging and informative.

Use Cases

  • Presenting progress reports in project management meetings to provide a quick visual overview of multiple projects.
  • Including in executive summary presentations to showcase the status of key initiatives and investments.
  • Utilizing in project portfolio reviews to facilitate discussion on project performance and prioritization.
  • Sharing in regular team meetings to ensure alignment on project developments and to identify areas that require attention or intervention.

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