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Visual information templates

65 Timelines, processes, projects, and charts PowerPoint templates

 45 ex. VAT

This large set of 65 visual information PowerPoint templates is your tool to make your own timelines, process lines, project planning or charts. No more messing around with WordArt or poor internal templates.
  • In litigation, at the start of a legal project or as part of your legal advice: these templates help you communicate dates, details and numbers. Visualised information is essential during court hearings, to present legal or compliance updates to the board or to share any kind of legal information with your stakeholders.
  • As many venture into more visual ways of working, you need some basics. We’ve got you covered. All elements are fully editable, so you can make them fit any information or message.


FAQ and instructions:
  • Can I change the colours?
Yes, all items are editable. The included instructions page helps you on your way.
  • Can I change the design?
Yes, you can change anything you want. Swap out images, graphics, whatever you want.
  • How do I change the data in the graphs? 
The data in the graphs are connected to Microsoft Excel. The template includes instructions on how to change them. 

File delivery and specifications

You get a Microsoft PowerPoint file. All slides are easily editable in PowerPoint. Simply duplicate, change or delete slides, graphics and text. The templates include instructions to set them up exactly how you want them.

What slides will you get?

You get 65 slides with different designs for timelines, process steps, project planning, graphs and world maps. See the product images for a full overview. 

Be cool - respect the maker

You can use this template for all your communication. Just respect the maker: no reselling. When sharing on social media, tag us, please. We’ll also tag you back! 🙂

Frequently Asked Questions

Legal design is a user-centred, creative, problem-solving methodology and mindset aiming to improve legal products, services and systems. It combines legal expertise, information design and design thinking. That means it’s collaborative by nature and requires curiosity, experimentation and empathy. The best way to get to know legal design is by participating!

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