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4 months ago
@Rovane Durso really solid stuff.
I applaud the unique layout approach, but I can't quite piece together how the blue bar relates to the graph.
Perhaps adding some labels or decreasing the distance to the charts would provide more clarity?
I love it as a graphic, but I have a hard time seeing how it's functional. Is this in progress?
like it :)
@Rovane Durso This is neat, strangely enough i can always tell if you did the design just by the colour palette, its pretty unique the colour scheme you use.
Can you give us some explanation about this post? Some process thoughts or functionality maps or basic wires, since the layout is pretty much confusing to be honest.
I second that comment @Aleksandar Djuric - WTF is this?
There is no hierarchy, I've looked at this 3/4 times now and I still have literally no clue what on earth is going on. I consider myself fairly techy too, so if I can't understand it how do you expect a new user to understand it.
Honestly now, has there been any thought whatsoever to the UX of this? or is it simple a test of colours and icons?
@Aleksandar Djuric - This is one in a series of concepts for a sales team dashboard. The shot is still a working in progress therefore is missing some elements that would make it a little more clear. The view displayed is for the team manager only. The blue bar is displaying a 45% target and at a 10% increments - 35% is the mark achieved by the team D. The reason this maybe even more confusing is the fact that it's an internal tool and customized for a specific need. I don't know if I can give you more than that but this still early stages.
@Andrew Liebchen very much in progress.
@Ryan Murphy dude why are you so angry?
The menu on the left side is alright, I understand everything there. With clean visuals it supports perfect readability of all necessary information. I can navigate through that, good work. But then my look goes to the rest of the visible information that lacks of hierarchy. I'm pointing into those rectangles.
So this is how my user story goes: I tapped on the Add Report and I see neat infographic. Cool, but I also see some information on top. Now, I don't know what does this white rectangular base mean? Is that the most important information that it's shared with me or the infographic? I don't know, because I have 3 more percentages next to that, but I also have a nice looking infographic on the bottom that don't match their bases and it's so confusing. To tell you the truth, infographic is in the the centre of attention in my perspective. Maybe there is some kind of different flow, but that's why I asked you about wires.
This rectangles have to be in some kind of order. That's what I was thinking when I tried to understand the process. And this is why I raised questions about wireframing or functionality maps. Completely understand that you can't share all the details. I understand that perfectly and that's cool.
What you could do is share some thoughts about process, explain a bit. I know, good design doesn't have to be explained but this is WIP, get that feedback man. You don't have to automatically think that someone is commenting just because he wants to critique negatively your work without any explanation. I honestly think that my comment is much more valuable to you, then all those "Great work." comments. And I saw that some of them just repeat those stuff without making any sense. Basically you should consider them as bots, at least I try to talk to you and really understand the whole process. Isn't that much more valuable and cooler than generating one word that will praise your work?
If you think that I don't respect your work or I'm thinking that you are a bad designer, then man you are so wrong. The situation is not like that at all.
Hopefully, you'll understand all doubts that I had when I tried to share with other fellow designers this. If I was rude, then I'm honestly sorry and please accept my apology. I think that I was just honest and only wanted to add spark here and there to the whole conversation.
it's your choice man. @Ryan Murphy and I are not the bad guys. We've just tried to talk and save that initial idea of Dribbble.
@Aleksandar Djuric Thanks for the feedback and not at all - I did reply to your comment and find it all valid.
awesome Sir! Good to see some cool collaboration here fellow dribbblers.. keep helping one another :) CHEERS
Well done Rovane, very neat and simple. Just a question, i know it's a WIP but why there is so much empty space ? New functions will be add ?
by Rovane Durso
This has gone thru an update - still work in progress and each day making a little progress. The chart you see in the middle section still sort of an FPO and some ND info will go below the chart area. PS I am using letter for the teams but this will have categorized team names.
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4 months ago
@Aleksandar, @Ryan & @Rovane - sorry if i enter this convo, but I just wanted to say: great that there still are some dribbblers who go beyond this "nice & wow" pattern that seems to emerge on this platform. One thing tho: we have a saying here, that says literally: The sound makes the music, which means "It's not what you say, but how you say it.". I know that it's all about what one says here, but I don't think that "wtf" really adds something to a constructive conversation, since all one might get from that is: This guys angry. Just my two cents - have a great day guys and keep it up.
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