Dashboards can be a powerful way to communicate insights. All too often dashboard potential is not fully realized as a result of little thought being put into the final design. However, by simply refining your dashboard design, you can truly enjoy the full power that lies within your BI.
So, start your planning by considering the following 5 best practices in creating and deploying effective dashboards.
1. Decide On Relevant Metrics
Start with a clear understanding of executive objectives. Be sure we can clearly explain how every metric on the dashboard connects to organization objectives.
2. Visually Appealing
Dashboards are meant to be easy to read & aid in quick decisions. Report and text-based tables are not fast or easy to read. So we keep them visually appealing and enthralling.
3. Make It Responsive
Dashboards are supposed to be highly productive & one stop hub serving needs of multiple departments & executives. We make sure dashboards allow viewers to have their own questions and areas where they want to know more.
Dashboards are for decision makers to analyze the situation at hand & assist in immediate decision making. We let the data be real-time and metrics reflect business objectives.
5. Accessible Anytime & Anywhere
Access to these dashboards shouldn’t be restricted based on end users’ device or location they access from. Our dashboards are fully web-based, accessible on any device from anywhere on this planet.