Effective Dashboard Design

I presented a topic entitled, "Effective Dashboard Design", to the Refresh Dallas group last month. I have uploaded the presentation slides to SlideShare, added the audio from the speech, and embedded it below. I hope you find it to be an informative and interesting topic.


Anonymous at: 10:43 AM said...

Dug this up on Slideshare and wanted to thank you. This and the Few book are going to help me create a better dashboard in a short amount of time, and tell our (internal) customers why they really don't want stoplights. Thanks!

Unknown at: 10:47 AM said...

You are welcome, Danielle! Let me know if you have any questions. Good luck with your dashboard!

Zach at: 10:53 AM said...

Aaron, Really nice presentation with great content and examples. Zach

we are cloud at: 4:22 AM said...

I enjoyed this post as I am really interested in dashboard design and data visualization. some very useful tips. we compiled a list of dataviz tips you might be interested in : 8 Things to Keep in Mind When Producing Data Visualizations - http://bit.ly/drsS7A

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Aaron Hursman
Aaron Hursman is a passionate user-advocate who is lucky enough to do what he loves for a living. As a user experience architect, he applies user-centered design principles and techniques including user research, persona development, information architecture, storyboards, wireframes, prototyping, visual design, graphic design, interaction design, and usability. Aaron has a background in web development, enterprise applications, and the social web. At nGame, he is applying his craft to design and build the next generation of enterprise software. Aaron is available as a speaker and author upon request.
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