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RICE Framework 15 Product Features Priority Score
from deck RICE Prioritization Score Tables (PPT Template)

RICE Framework 15 Product Features Priority Score

Slide Content

The slide showcases a RICE scoring model used for prioritizing product features. RICE stands for Reach, Impact, Confidence, and Effort, which are different metrics used to assess each feature's potential and required resources. Example features listed include "Desktop app," "Mobile app," and "Open API," among others. Each feature is evaluated based on estimated reach, impact level, confidence percentage, the effort required, and a final prioritization score, with higher scores indicating higher priority.

Graphical Look

  • A large title at the top in bold, dark blue text against a lighter blue background.
  • A light blue banner runs across the top under the title, containing four circular blue icons that graphically represent Reach, Impact, Confidence, and Effort, with small, black, descriptive text underneath.
  • A table with six columns and a header row follows the banner, where each column corresponds to one of the criteria from the RICE model — "Product / Feature," "Reach," "Impact," "Confidence," "Effort," and "Score."
  • The first column titled "Product / Feature" lists example features in a light to medium blue stripe pattern, while the following columns have numerical and percentage values in white cells against a dark blue background.
  • The rightmost column, "Score," is shaded in a gradient from light to dark blue to visually emphasize the prioritization scores.
  • A footer bar in a darker shade of blue runs across the bottom of the slide, containing the text "Automated Excel Spreadsheet" in white.

The slide presents a clean and professional appearance, employing a consistent blue color palette that enhances readability and emphasizes the data. Icons and gradient shading are used effectively to draw attention to key elements of the scoring model.

Use Cases

  • During product development meetings to determine the prioritization of new features or improvements.
  • In strategic planning sessions to allocate resources based on feature prioritization .
  • As part of a presentation to stakeholders to justify the focus and direction of product development efforts.
  • For internal team discussions to align on the product roadmap and ensure shared understanding of feature importance.

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