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The vector stencils library "Education list blocks" contains 18 list block shapes: numbered list, bulleted list, bullets.
Use these list blocks to design your educational infograms.
"In typography, a bullet is a typographical symbol or glyph used to introduce items in a list. ...
The bullet symbol may take any of a variety of shapes, such as circular, square, diamond, arrow, etc. ...
Bullets are most often used in technical writing, reference works, notes and presentations. ...
Bulleted items – known as "bullet points" – may be short phrases, single sentences, or of paragraph length. Bulleted items are not usually terminated with a full stop if they are not complete sentences, although it is not rare to terminate every item except the last one with a semicolon, and terminate the last item with a full stop. It is correct to terminate a bullet point with a full stop if the text within that item consists of one 'full' sentence or more." [Bullet (typography). Wikipedia]
The shapes example "Design elements - Education list blocks" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Education Infographics solition from the area "Business Infographics" in ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Numbered lists, bulleted lists, bullets
Numbered lists, bulleted lists, bullets, numbered list, bulleted list, bullet symbol, bullet,

Basic Flowchart Symbols and Meaning

Flowchart Symbols and Meaning - Provides a visual representation of basic flowchart symbols and their proposed use in professional workflow diagram, standard process flow diagram and communicating the structure of a well-developed web site, as well as their correlation in developing on-line instructional projects. See flowchart's symbols by specifics of process flow diagram symbols and workflow diagram symbols.
How to Build a Flowchart
How to Build a Flowchart
The vector stencils library "Meter indicators" contains 29 Live Objects: speedometer gauge, dial, bullet graph, slider and level meter visual indicators.
The Live Objects designed to display actual measures of performance metrics and KPIs from external data source files.
Some of them also display comparative measures, and colored zones of qualitative ranges with legend.
Use it to draw business performance dashboards using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software .
"Digital dashboards may be laid out to track the flows inherent in the business processes that they monitor. Graphically, users may see the high-level processes and then drill down into low level data. This level of detail is often buried deep within the corporate enterprise and otherwise unavailable to the senior executives. ...
Specialized dashboards may track all corporate functions. Examples include human resources, recruiting, sales, operations, security, information technology, project management, customer relationship management and many more departmental dashboards. ...
Like a car's dashboard (or control panel), a software dashboard provides decision makers with the input necessary to "drive" the business. Thus, a graphical user interface may be designed to display summaries, graphics (e.g., bar charts, pie charts, bullet graphs, "sparklines," etc.), and gauges (with colors similar to traffic lights) in a portal-like framework to highlight important information. ...
Digital dashboards allow managers to monitor the contribution of the various departments in their organization. To gauge exactly how well an organization is performing overall, digital dashboards allow you to capture and report specific data points from each department within the organization, thus providing a "snapshot" of performance." [Dashboard (management information systems). Wikipedia]
The example "Design elements - Meter indicators" is included in the Meter Dashboard solution from the area "What is a Dashboard" of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Visual indicators
Visual indicators, speedometer, gauge, slider, level meter, dial, bullet,
This presentation slide example contains a list of bullet points.
"In typography, a bullet is a typographical symbol or glyph used to introduce items in a list. ...
It is likely that the name originated from the resemblance of the traditional circular bullet symbol to an actual bullet.
The bullet symbol may take any of a variety of shapes, such as circular, square, diamond, arrow, etc., and typical word processor software offer a wide selection of shapes and colours. Several regular symbols are conventionally used in ASCII-only text or another environments where bullet characters are not available, such as * (asterisk), - (hyphen), . (period), and even o (lowercase O). Of course, when writing by hand, bullets may be drawn in any style. Historically, the index symbol was popular for similar uses." [Bullet (typography). Wikipedia]
The presentation slide example "Types of summaries" was created in the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software using the Presentation Clipart solution from the Illustration area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Presentation slide
Presentation slide, presentation, arrow,
The vector stencils library "Scrum artifacts" contains 52 icons.
Use this clipart set to design your agile software development diagrams and infographics with ConceptDraw PRO software.
"Product backlog
The product backlog comprises an ordered list of requirements that a scrum team maintains for a product. It consists of features, bug fixes, non-functional requirements, etc.—whatever must be done to successfully deliver a viable product. The product owner orders the product backlog items (PBIs) based on considerations such as risk, business value, dependencies, and date needed. ...
Sprint backlog
The sprint backlog is the list of work the development team must address during the next sprint. The list is derived by the scrum team selecting product backlog items from the top of the product backlog until the development team feels it has enough work to fill the sprint. This is done by the development team asking "Can we also do this?" and adding product backlog items to the sprint backlog. The development team should keep in mind its past performance assessing its capacity for the new sprint, and use this as a guide line of how much "effort" they can complete.
The product backlog items may be broken down into tasks by the development team. Tasks on the sprint backlog are never assigned; rather, tasks are signed up for by the team members as needed according to the set priority and the development team member skills. This promotes self-organization of the development team, and developer buy-in. ...
Sprint burn-down chart
The sprint burndown chart is a public displayed chart showing remaining work in the sprint backlog. Updated every day, it gives a simple view of the sprint progress. ...
Release burn-down chart
The release burndown chart is the way for the team to track progress and provide visibility. The release burndown chart is updated at the end of each sprint by the scrum master. The horizontal axis of the release burndown chart shows the sprints; the vertical axis shows the amount of work remaining at the start of each sprint." [Scrum (software development). Wikipedia]
The clip art sample "Design elements - Scrum artifacts" is included in the Scrum solution from the Project Management area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Clipart set
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