Visualize the whole life cycle of your project, detailing its phases and processes/activities.
Effectively visualize the cumulative impact of sequential, positive or negative drivers on an initial value.
This simple Gantt chart is perfect to illustrate your project's schedule with start and finish dates and several milestones.
The dot plot chart is a visually appealing alternative to the bar chart for single or multiple categories of data.
Visualize your user retention or any other simple data series using a set of overlapping half circles.
Point out up to ten crucial events along a project development with this milestone plan plotted as an arrow.
A great mix of a Gantt chart and a timeline. Use it to attractively visualize concurrent processes with ease.
This signpost chart is great to visualize the different directions your project could go from here.
Use an organigram/logic tree to visualize the hierarchy of your company. It is also suitable for building a heritage tree.
Use this sankey-like diagram to visualize the flow from several sources to a whole.
A bar chart that highlights the change from one record to the next using hand drawn arrows.
Won a prize or some other trophy in a competition? Show how proud you are.
Visualize the trade-off between two different aspects of the same thing.
Visualize the change of values over time or the relation of different categories.
Slenderize your simple pie chart with this donut chart and highlight your favorite pieces.
Present the different steps of your project with a flippable adjusting wheel.
In love with diamonds? Use up to ten rhombi to visualize your milestones.
Arguably one of the best ways to visualize the variation of data for two different points in time.
A horizontal bar chart that functions as a vertical list (or the other way round).
Present your project milestones in a simple and compelling way with this vertical list.
How much time is still left for your project? Visualize it like in the old days.
A clean graphic to point out a sequence of milestones along a project.
A speedometer-like gauge with arbitrary text labels to present the direction of a project or a specific area of focus.
What was good about a project and what was bad? What do you like, what not? Show it using the thumbs signal.
Compare different the growth and decline of multiple values with up to ten up pairs of arrow bars.
Visualize your ideas and core beliefs with this great staged light bulb graphic.
A zoomable map for highlighting any number of countries of the world by clicking on them.
Visualize your competitions' or projects' progress with arrows on a dartboard.
This modified bar chart with its circular shape is as stylish as possible for your next presentation.
This alarm clock will be ideal to demonstrate the balance time in your presentation.
Highlight a part-to-whole relationship of different categories and compare various groups with a stacked bar chart.
A visual template to develop new or document existing business models.
Visualize the growth of your project with abstract growing leafs on a tree.
Keep track of your vision and strategy with this well-known performance management tool.
Compare two different time series datasets using an area chart combined with a line chart.
Create your onion diagram with multiple layers of your projects' dependencies.
A fantastic representation of a funnel chart from the top of it. Perfect to represent the stages of your sales process!
This scale will be ideal for showing your balanced or disbalanced values.
Visualize different values or fill levels using a selection of water, beer, or wine bottles.
A visually attractive way to explain a longer process in your project.
Where's your product heading? Visualize your next steps using an actual roadmap.
This gearwheel chart perfectly fits your relationships in business processes.
Place up to six pie charts on a single page. A modern alternative to a bar chart.
A vertical list of agenda items, bullet points, or milestones visualized as ribbons.
Visualize your technology stack using delicious layers of a hamburger or sandwich.
Circular chart for milestones or recurring processes with up to ten stages.
Multi-variable graph for comparing relationships in up to four dimensions.
Simple funnel with up to six phases. To be used for sales or other purposes.
Get your message across using a speech balloon, a thought bubble or a simple frame.
Simplified representation of the human body. Displays a woman, a man, or both.
Customizable version of the famous British propaganda poster from WWII.
Classical warning sign. No idea what to write on it? Try 'Sign not in use' or 'Road never ends'.
A pyramid with up to seven levels, as well a title and description for each.
Germany's sign to indicate that you're leaving a city and the next is just around the corner.