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Dashboards allow even less professional users to make better business decisions. But when you create a control panel, it is not enough simply to list all the relevant data.
After you create a solid foundation to determine which metrics a user should track, you’ll need to identify the most effective scenarios. The ideal BI Consultant in UK UK dashboard requires a balance between psychology and best practice.
Principles of Interpretation
Proximity: Our brains can combine multiple elements or models together near each other.
Similarity: When objects are similar in shape, size, color or orientation, our brains will link them even when they are not grouped together.
Enclosure: realize that objects are part of a set if they are surrounded by borders.
Closure: When the number is incomplete, our brains will create areas and fill the missing elements.
Continuity: We recognize that parallel objects are a continuous body or chain.
The more you understand how the brain interprets information, the more obvious you can create data scenarios on your dashboard.
How Dashboard Design Best Practices?
In the visual presentation of quantitative data, Data ink is any visual element that cannot be erased without losing important content or content. Ink without data is defined as any element that does not contribute anything of value to the goal Qilkview Consultant in UK UK. The well-designed dashboard will increase the ink-to-data ratio.
Overuse color: it is not necessary to use each rainbow color. Lots of colors can be distracted and confusing. Also, do not use very similar colors. If you use different shades of the same color, make sure the shadows are different enough to differentiate at a glance.
Logos: Unless the control panel is shared with external partners, users should know their company. Including the company logo only takes the space can be used for something more important.
Navigating: If you need to split information into multiple windows or use scroll bars to display a full graph Teradata Consultant in UK UK, you risk losing users to the background. Have you chosen the most important metrics? Do you create a data leak?
3D Elements: 3D charts look good to add some bazas. However, colors, shadows and axial tilt can easily interpret the data. It is best to keep it simple and stay bilaterally.
Guide lines and border: These should be used sparingly, when the context is absolutely required.
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