The marketing site for Element Wave was previewed earlier this week.
We're ready to start showing the first screen of the dashboard experience.
You can see the extreme attention to detail in the full view attachment.
This dashboard will be fully responsive and will actually be built using the Twitter Bootstrap framework for quick and easy modification and scale.
10 months ago
Nice work, clean and simple.
Thanks a lot @Alex Lupse @Oscar Waczynski @Bruno Felicio
Ah Metrics - very nice color scheme & data.
Some minor ideas to consider
1. Give top stats a blue color (85,456 / 56,934 / 45...) they don't stand out enough just being larger I think.
2. Graph labels outside of containers - not sure this is working effectively and I don't think it would hurt your graph scales to put it inside the box especially since your pie charts have the legend on the inside.
3. + mark for add app feels dangerously close to the close tab.
Other than that I think it is looking great and love how much data you're showing at once.
Thanks a lot for the input @Adam Blair . We're still working through a revision of this and your comments will definitely be considered.
We'll post an update when this is through with code. It's going to be fun to play with.
Love the data visualization. Looks beautiful!
Another progress shot on the Element Wave Dashboard @ 960 width
Changed up the design to accomplish the objectives better.
You can view the actual pixels here.
10 months ago
As I data guy I am very fond of this design. Its clean, and most importantly makes the data feel like it has greater integrity!
8 months ago
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