For any program, web page, or app, the use of a quality interactive design can take you from high bounce rate to high engagement. When designing a hub for critical stats, avoid tropes like lists or tables. These can get confusing — or just boring — very quickly. Make your metrics user-friendly with a infographic dashboard design; whether optimized for something like Power BI, hosted on your own site, or displayed elsewhere, a quality user interface can vastly improve your information visualization. Maybe you need a partner to focus just on design for this. Maybe you need a team skilled with many code languages. For any unique dashboard needs, we can help. Here are some of our favorite dashboards we’ve produced for clients looking to get the most out of their data.
Frequently Asked Questions About Interactive Dashboard Design
Compared with text-only content, short-form text that’s paired with proper visual communication has been shown to improve comprehension by 89%. Because of this, we ensure all of the dashboards we design use accurate data visualizations to keep all info clear.
Data sets may change regularly, leaving static content out of date. In this case, interactive content can be the ideal solution. With the help of Killer’s proprietary Reviz.it interactive tool, you can update your data quickly and easily — no coding skills necessary. That data is translated in real-time to your dashboard’s charts and graphs.
Whether you’re sharing an annual report, featuring a new product, or sharing a poll, creating an interactive dashboard may be the right approach for you.
Every brand and every project has its own unique needs. That’s why, at Killer Visual Strategies, we encourage our customers to schedule a call with an accounts manager and project team. This allows us to recommend a custom visual strategy designed you help you achieve your goals. We simply don’t deliver one-size-fits-all solutions, because that doesn’t allow for a custom approach.
That said, it’s good to know whether an interactive dashboard design might be the best direction for you. So here are a few of the times in which a dashboard might help:
- If you’ve got a lot of data to share
- If you want to deliver information in a dynamic, engaging way
- If you want to boost time on page and reduce bounce rate
- If your past content marketing efforts haven’t delivered the returns you were hoping for
- If you need to update your data on a regular basis
- If you want your users to be able to quickly find the information that’s most relevant to them
- If you use, or are interested in, a tool like Power BI, wanting to harness infographic design to analyze and display your business insights
In any of these situations, a dashboard design might be the right fit for you. There are plenty of other reasons to use one, though, so chat with us to learn more!
When you’re working with Killer Visual Strategies, the answer is: absolutely not. In fact, an interactive dashboard may be easier to update than an infographic, motion graphic, or other type of visual content. That’s because Killer offers multiple ways to update your data easily and quickly.
We’re dedicated to working with whatever preexisting processes you might have in place. If you’d like us to coordinate with your in-house development team, we’re happy to do that. We’ve done so for countless clients in the past. Sometimes our clients ask us to create a full interactive interface or web page. Other times we simply create the skin for a dashboard that a client’s in-house team will develop. Some clients use a business intelligence tool like Power BI and need us to develop interactive infographic designs that fit into their existing process.
No matter what, we’ll make sure that the dashboard is updatable according to your needs, including your comfort with code. Our custom Reviz.it tool makes updating your data as easy as filling out a spreadsheet.
Every project is different. Using internal data to populate your interactive infographic dashboard? Killer will need to take a look at that data before we can recommend the best visual presentation of it. Looking for Killer to do the research and write the content? We’ll just need to know what your goal for the project is, and who your target audience is. That way, we can optimize that content from the very start of your project to achieve the best returns.