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How to Master the Art of Dashboard Design

DASHBOARDS DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND

To do your job well, you need access to the right information at the right time. Unfortunately, that’s not always an easy task.But it can be. By designing effective dashboards you can view what matters most, so you’re able to make faster, smarter decisions.


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To do your job well, you need access to the right information at the right time. Unfortunately, that’s not always an easy task. But it can be. By designing effective dashboards you can view what matters most, so you’re able to make faster, smarter decisions.

Sounds easy enough, right? Well, according to Gartner, “Dashboard design is a particular skill, requiring a strong focus on the user's role to secure the long-term adoption of the technology.”

In other words, there’s an art to it. From creating visuals to telling a story with your data, our 5 tips reveal what leading financial organizations strive for when it comes to dashboards. According to Tim Parsey, Head of Digital Customer Experience at JPMorgan Chase, “Our opportunity is to learn how to handle the complexity, rather than shy away from it, and to realize that the big art of [dashboard] design is to make complicated things simple.”

Designing strategic, thoughtful, user-friendly dashboards may take time, but in the end, you’ll be armed with super-hero-like powers.

» DOWNLOAD: The Art of Dashboard Design

At DIO-Soft our team of artists can build dashboards that paint a clear picture of your unique needs. Check out The Art of Dashboard Design and learn from the pros (that’s us) how to go about designing the dashboard of your dreams.

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