Long time since my last shot... I've been working hard the past few months at ThoughtSpot (yes we are no more called "Scaligent") doing a lot of design and front-end integration. I can already say there's a lot of exciting things coming up!
Here's a preview of our dashboard, and more precisely a list page. I added "dummy" content to avoid revealing to much as we are still in stealth mode.
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I spent a bunch of time iterating on this dashboard (as you can see on my last 3 shots), trying to come up with a design that is intuitive, looks good visually and is 'generic' enough to fit every section of our app. The challenge arises essentially from the different navigation levels: main left menu, top section menu and filters. Feel free to share any feedback you would have that could help me.
We will do an announcement in the following weeks with a brand new website. I'll try to upload a few shots here. You can follow me on Twitter for upcoming updates.
3 months ago
Looks good so far!
@Lukas Bugla @Bruno Felicio @Vaclav Bedrich thanks guys!
Thanks for sharing! Very well structured, easy to grasp.
Easy to digest. Yum! Awesome work
Nice work :-)
Super neat :)
I say YES, definitely. =) Slick and clean work dude, nice touch on content hierarchy.
So nice, super!
Oh, really neat!~
Love the big blue search/add button.
This is slick!
You made my day.
Really great Jonathan! Are you throwing tooltips on hover for the main nav on the left?
Beautiful as always. So crisp and clean. I'm also curious how many versions of those tabs you made.
the old fashioned tabs is looking so new! cool stuff
Love the layout and the iner [whithe shadow?] line in the reports charth, the icons are cool. I think the only problem would be that the user could never see their notifications.
The tab looks to rigid.
Love the information hierarchy. The tabs and submenu are all intuitively placed. The profile in the bottom corner feels natural.
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