Dashboard design: UX case story

Design follows data

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This is the table for all the matrices to be presented in the dashboard. Had to blur the details.
Instagram dashboard
Behance insights (Left) and Medium stats (right)
  1. User is interested in metrics, which can be directly or indirectly controlled by or an outcome of his/her actions. Anything apart from that is secondary/ unnecessary.
  2. Graphs do communicate large amounts of data effectively but also add to the cognitive load. Thus they must be used only when absolutely necessary. Key metrics can also be presented in textual format.
  3. Data is addictive.
Mockup of the final product

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Vaibhav Gupta

Designer & storyteller. I write whatever I’ve learnt so far about design, development and other things I care about. https://linkedin.com/in/vaigu