Common UX Issues
Lots of charts are being shown without takeaways, assuming they are obvious.
Over-reporting activity teaches users to mistrust and disregard your alerts and notifications.
It doesn’t help users understand the app’s real purpose or funnel them toward key actions.
What’s measured doesn’t change much over time and is stating what users already know.
Dashboard Design Principles
Highlight numbers that relate to customer desires, or back up real insights.
Direct people to screens and activities that are relevant right now.
Relocate small metrics, like the number of projects, even if they help balance things.
Hide modules that haven’t changed in awhile or aren’t saying something new.
Who is this app for? What are they trying to accomplish?
How do users relate to each other? How do actions differ by role?
Where does the data originate? How do users interact with it?
Where do users spend their time? How often do they engage?
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