A creative, human-centered approach to problem-solving that starts with people and ends with innovative solutions that are tailor-made to suit their needs.
This is an ideal design process. Depending on the project, timeline or goals, this process can be modified.
Good data visualization is all about conveying information clearly, efficiently, and without distraction.
Keep the audience in mind
Choose how much data to display, and what context to provide, based on the needs of the audience
Focus on content
Display content that is valuable to the user
Hide superfluous or irrelevant data
Tell a story
Stories turn data into useful, actionable information
Lead the reader, step by step, through the data
Clearly convey the single key insight the user should take away from the visualization
Use visual hierarchy to guide the user
Keep it simple
Avoid using a lot of colors
Use legible fonts
Stick to the basics
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Awareness is the first step in creating change. Companies are realizing that they have created smartphone addicts and are coming up with apps & features to curb addiction. Users are going on a digital detox and are using features & apps to limit their smartphone usage.
Here are few initiatives, small & big. What works and doesn’t work is yet to be seen and debated upon.
Screen Time from Apple
Users can take control of how much time they spend in a particular app or website. The Screen Time App allows users to set a specific amount of time to be in an app, and a notification will display when a time limit is about to expire. …