Here is some charts from our very-soon coming website. When any of the chart bar gets too big value, we cut it as seen at the closeup green bar.
We wanted to keep things as simple/clean/native as possible than any fancy style. Feedbacks are most welcome as always.
7 months ago
I really like the general style, it's great that you omit any embellishments that might get in the way of key informations.
I can't get over the cut of the too big value. I see the reasoning behind it, but especially in breakdown chart (with percentages) I think it's a bad practise, that distorts the chart and makes it quite confusing.
Also, eventhough the colored description icons look great, I would avoid the colors, because there are immediate associations (green icon -> positive value), which you reinforce by the bar charts (red -> negative, green -> positive), but the icons are not following this everytime.
Anyway, good stuff! I look forward to more of this project.
That is an interesting way to present data within a bar chart. I'm not quite sure what I'm looking at in this 400x300, but looks pretty clear to me!
6 months ago
@Pavel Maček one word: requirements. Thanks btw.
@Ted Goas Thanks Ted, very soon you are going to able to try this :)
@Tim Roeleveld Thanks Tim.
I luv the way of presenting big value
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