12 Simple Gantt Charts for Project Management

You’re here if you already know the basics of gantt charts but don’t know where you should go next.
We’ll be sharing 12 gantt charts examples for projects that you might find in these industries.
Software development
Design and creativity
Event planning
Gantt charts offer many benefits, but they are especially useful for projects where you need to visualize how long the project will take and how work progresses along the way.
Let’s take a look at some examples to show you how a gantt charts works for different types of projects. These ideas can be used as a starting point to create a simple gantt charts for your projects.
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Create your free gantt chartCreate your free gantt chartGantt chart examples for software development projects
Software developers often use gantt charts for managing their projects. These are three examples of gantt charts that you can use in order to plan and track software projects.
Software project plan gantt chart example
What is a hybrid approach to software engineering? This example shows how to use a Gantt chart in an Agile project. The tasks have been divided into groups based upon sprints and given milestones to aid in sprint planning and deployment.
This software project plan example can be customized for free
Product roadmap gantt chart example
Planning for the future is just as important than sprint planning. This gantt chart example will help you create a long-term strategy to your software product. It will allow you to communicate and keep track product goals and initiatives.
This example is an Agile product roadmap with themes and epics. However, you can modify the gantt charts to make it work for you.
This product roadmap example can be customized for free
Bug tracking gantt chart example
You already use gantt charts to plan software products. Why not use them to track bugs? This example provides a place for your team to submit bugs reports to developers so they can quickly get to the bottom.
Task groups can be broken down by status (open/in progress, on hold, closed). Drag and drop tasks from one status to another as the process progresses. To indicate priority, you can also use task colours to show which bugs to squash first.

Make sure you add important files and notes to each task’s discussion section so your developers have all the information they need to solve the issue.
This bug report and issue tracking example can be customized for free
Gantt chart examples for design or creative projects
We bet that you would rather spend your time creating than planning, whether you are a content writer, graphic designer, or video producer. These examples of creative gantt charts and design make it easier to get to what’s important without having to plan.
Web design gantt chart example
This sample gantt diagram is great for planning a website redesign or build. This gantt chart breaks down tasks into the basic phases of content, design, development. You can make your website plan as simple or complex as you wish.
This website design example can be customized for free
Editorial content gantt chart example
Many creative teams produce a steady stream and are always on time. This gantt charts example is structured like an editorial schedule so it’s easy for users to see what’s next.
This sample shows task groups organized by article and month. Milestones are used to track final approvals, go-live dates, and milestones.
This blog content calendar can be customized