Web Dashboards

Recently I’ve been doing some research into the world of web applications or mashups. The new capabilities that ship with Qlik Sense are really nice to explore and again give designers and developers a huge potential of creating better experiences when thinking of data-driven applications. This post is intended to highlight a few examples of […]

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Dashboarding: Consumer needs

Your assignment and task for designing and creating a dashboard is an important one. Creating oversight, insight and alerting for consumers to see how performance is progressing, is a real challenge. Most of the times an assignment like this starts with a document providing an overview of the requirements consumers need. But oftentimes organizations struggle translating and […]

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Visual design: Affordances

Ever walked against a glass door? It most likely had something to do with missing affordances. According to Wikipedia the definition should be something like: An affordance is a property of an object, or an environment, which allows an individual to perform an action. For example, a knob affords twisting, and perhaps pushing, while a cord affords […]

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Psychology of design

We all know the brain is a pretty sophisticated mechanism. After a lot of study and research, 50+ years later we don’t know a lot of it yet. Research until now has given us some insight in what the brain is capable of. We all probably have heard of the right and left side of […]

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