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Telematics (name withheld for privacy reasons) Dashboard

Problem: Clunky, old, programmer-built dashboard for a global telematics company. Hidden menus, no usability flow, Windows 2000-esque appearance. See screenshots below.

Insights: Through some user testing, and surveys we were able to define a couple of pain points that could be eased with a more direct user interface.
#1 - Reports were not being accessed, or rarely being accessed, due to being hidden in a small menu.
#2 - Widgets were not being used because they were not simple enough.
#3 - Widgets and reports are virtually the same thing.
#4 - Some reports do not show visually appealling data, or potentially have too much data. (For example, hundreds of points of interest on a given driver’s route x multiple drivers.)

Original Dashboard with widget parameters

Original Dashboard with widget parameters

Original Dashboard with no data

Original Dashboard with no data

Report Function

Report Function

New Dashboard with quick facts

New Dashboard with quick facts

Solution: Get the reports/widgets to look and function with ease.

 

In each of the screens, the cards represent widgets/reports that have visual data to be represented.

Each card has controls on it, that were once hidden. From the card, one can star/favorite the report,

create an alert for it, edit parameters, rearrange, download, email, or trash it. 

New Dashboard, Open Report Bar, Vehicles Dash

New Dashboard, Open Report Bar, Vehicles Dash

Solution: Get the reports/widgets to look and function with ease.

 

In each of the screens, the cards represent widgets/reports that have visual data to be represented.

Each card has controls on it, that were once hidden. From the card, one can star/favorite the report,

create an alert for it, edit parameters, rearrange, download, email, or trash it. 

New Dashboard, Closed Report Bar

New Dashboard, Closed Report Bar

Solution: Get the reports/widgets to look and function with ease.

 

In each of the screens, the cards represent widgets/reports that have visual data to be represented.

Each card has controls on it, that were once hidden. From the card, one can star/favorite the report,

create an alert for it, edit parameters, rearrange, download, email, or trash it. 

New Dashboard, Open Report Bar

New Dashboard, Open Report Bar

Solution: Get the reports/widgets to look and function with ease.

 

In each of the screens, the cards represent widgets/reports that have visual data to be represented.

Each card has controls on it, that were once hidden. From the card, one can star/favorite the report,

create an alert for it, edit parameters, rearrange, download, email, or trash it.