WebinarTop 10 Dashboard Design Trends to Watch
What is the Definitive Guide to Embedded Analytics?
What's Color Brewer?
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Best Practice: Set Appropriate Limits
- Steve Jobs
Design isn’t just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.
Can You Over Design a Dashboard?
What is Parameterization?
WebinarInsuring Your BI – A Blueprint for Getting Started
WebinarThe Art of Dashboard Design – 7 Fundamentals to Master
- Digital Marketing Magazine
For centuries, people have depended on visual representations such as charts and maps to understand information more quickly and easily.
Best Practice: More isn't Always Better
WebinarBeyond Responsive – 10 Trends to Master for Mobile BI
What are Gauges Notorious For?
- David Craib, Owner of Parable Communications
Design should never say look at me! It should always say look at this!
Which font is the most widely used today?
- Frank Chimero, Designer & Author of The Shape of Design
People ignore design that ignores people.
What defines the "sexiness" factor of dashboards?
How do YOU use data to make decisions?
Webinar30 Dashboards in 30 Minutes [W/Alchemy50]
If You Build It, Will They Come?
- Alan Fletcher, British Graphic Designer
Design is not a thing you do. It’s a way of life.
WebinarUse This, Not That – How to Do UI for BI
What's the difference between a drilldown & a drillthrough?
What is Wireframing?
Know the 4 Components of an Effective Dashboard?
WebinarSet it & Forget It – How SSB Built Once and Deployed to All
- Whitney Hess, User Experience Design Coach & Writer
User experience is the never-ending process of seeing the world from the customers’ perspective & working to improve the quality of their lives.
What's a Scatter Chart?
WebinarVisual Analytics 101 – Tips in Concept, Layout & Content
- Tim Parsey, Head of Digital Customer Experience, JPMorgan Chase
Our opportunity is to learn how to handle the complexity, rather than shy away from it, and realize that the big art of design is to make complicated things simple.