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Design Principles for Effective Dashboard Design

Increase engagement by understanding the psychology of information retrieval & 12 actionable improvements for dashboards
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 57m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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Description

In this course you will learn how to build more effective dashboards to communicate insights in the most effective and impact way possible by following key Design Principles for User Experience:

You will learn about:
– Why investing time in the Design of your dashboards is so important
– The Psychology of Information Retrieval
– Design Principles (Affordance, Aesthetics, Accessibility & Acceptance)
– 3 Key actionable tips to implement for each Design Principle
– Overall 12 key actionable ways you can improve your existing dashboards and use when designing new ones

This course is aimed at:
– Analysts or users who are creating Dashboards for end users
– Managers of Analysts
– Users who work with Analysts who create Dashboards

It doesn’t matter which dashboard or Business Intelligence tool you are using to create your dashboards – this course will equip you with universal design principles that can be applied with any tool.

You will learn

✓ Effectively Design Dashboards for a great User Experience
✓ Increase usage and engagement of the dashboards you create
✓ Make insights and data more actionable through dashboards that follow best practice Design Principles
✓ Understand the basis in the psychology of information retrieval
✓ Understand Key Design principles of Design Theory
✓ Ability to Critique and improve the design of an existing dashboard
✓ Coach others in how to design effective dashboards
✓ 12 Actionable ways you can improve your dashboards

Requirements

• Experiencing with building dashboards in any tool or wanting to create an effective dashboard

This course is for

• Analysts who are responsible for creating dashboards (All Levels)
• Users who work with Analysts who create dashboards
Data Analyst – Data Studio & Google Analytics
My name is Annabel and I have over 5 years of experience as a Data Analyst within Marketing and Product Teams. I have also mentored and taught individuals  and teams how to get the most out of a range of data visualisation tools, to ensure they have the greatest impact. My expertise is in storytelling with data, data visualisation and data analysis. Key tools that I teach and work with include Data Studio, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager and R Studio.
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 57m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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