I've been experimenting with ways of communicating our success rate (vs attempt rate) of our signup form. I've always loved bullet charts — and they definitely fit the bill. I wanted to communicate our current success rate, compare against a previous value, and gauge against a known good range.
Unfortunately I found most bullet charts almost impossible to decipher without deeply investigating their origin, so I spent some time today and came up with this layout. I'm pretty happy with it thus far.
3 months ago
Bullet charts have always bothered me as well. I like the bad, good, great. Very legible.
Hey Kyle, Awesome bullet charts ... I like the bad, good & great but I'm not sure about the background colors of bad good and great.
I think think you're right on about most bullet charts being indecipherable. Your use of labeling here is helping a lot.
by Kyle Neath
Some iteration on the bullet charts, with an example of "good" metrics and "bad" metrics.
3 months ago
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