It is a long-established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout.


Dashboard reports are similar to great pieces of art with one huge exception.

When looking at a piece of art whether it is a painting or sculpture it ultimately moves you by giving you inspiration, drive or awe. A well defined dashboard report should do the same. It should inspire you to continuously improve your business or department. It should drive you to take action where needed and finally it should give you awe when seeing that your business or department is running smooth and your team is exceeding its goals.

However, there is one big difference between a piece of art and a dashboard report. Unlike art, dashboard reports need to be flexible and customizable to change over time as your needs change. The change can be driven by new product or service offerings that need to be tracked, new goals that need to be achieved or a dashboard report getting made more granular to get down to determining how to improve a specific concern.

If you are looking for inspiration, drive or awe within your business let us know. We love helping businesses grow.

The top image has 4 monitors showing dashboards for Past, Present, Future and KPI information in the office of the CEO.  Below are a couple more examples.  If you are looking for inspiration, drive or awe within your business let us know.  We love helping businesses grow.

Sales Dashboards

There is a dashboard per salesperson showing red, yellow and green call outs.

Hours Worked & Hours Billed

This client wanted to know by employee the hours worked versus the hours billed based on their individual KPIs. Each is summed to show if the company overall hit their KPI.