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Dashboard Redesign: Understanding Purpose

Applying basic design principles, Part 6: A look at how dashboard purpose and content intersect.

This article is part of a series that illustrates how basic design principles can improve information display. The previous installments focused on understanding the audience and context for your chart, and its core purpose. Here, we will take a look at how those considerations affect content decisions for the dashboard that we began redesigning in part 2.

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