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Dashboard Redesign: A Look at Chart Choices

Applying basic design principles, Part 7: Reviewing decisions on chart type and purpose

This article is part of a series that illustrates how basic design principles can improve information display. In the last installment, we thought through the purpose and context for a dashboard that we are redesigning. Up next, we will dive into revamping the content. Today, we’ll examine the charts themselves.




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