Providence Dashboard

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  1. Jamie Syke Jamie Syke

    Played around with this in my spare time over the course of about a month or so. Was working on a dashboard for a client at the time and used it to practice techniques and options of displaying information and thought I'd share it.

    Enjoy your Thursday, only one more day until the weekend!

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    9 months ago

  2. Andrew Lucas Andrew Lucas

    I'd say the only thing that feels a bit weird, is how large the data points are on the line charts. Also not keen on the Mailbox style image cutout. The colours are chocolatey good though :)

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    9 months ago

  3. Jamie Syke Jamie Syke

    @Andrew Lucas Thanks for the feedback, I'll remember that in future regarding the data points. First time working with data and such really, hence why I felt the need to practice. And yeah, wanted to play with ideas for how an empty field could look rather than just the usual "No stuff left" message. But I agree other options could work too.

    Thanks again, love your health dashboard work.

    9 months ago

  4. Andrew Lucas Andrew Lucas

    @Jamie Syke cheers dude, appreciate that.

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    9 months ago

  5. Aleksandar Djuric Aleksandar Djuric

    I'm not a fan of large font size. You'd probably have a bigger minimal impact if you reduce typography imo. Pretty good layout, I assume that you explored layout functionalities here. Color palette is great, love it.

    Hopefully, you'll find this thoughts helpful. Cheers dude!

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    9 months ago

  6. Jamie Syke Jamie Syke

    @Aleksandar Djuric Thanks for the feedback, yeah looking over it I agree I could reduce type sizes in some places and will make sure to try that in the future.

    And yeah, this was a layout if experimented with. Going to keep trying more layouts and such for practice and for the client project, which is using a traditional sidebar rather than a top nav.

    Thanks again for the feedback and compliment on the colour pallette.

    9 months ago

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