Data visualisations often need to answer multiple business questions. Engaging with stakeholders leads to an understanding of what they would like to see and know.
Diverging away from the use of colour to focus on most recent day also meant I could tell a different story. An important consideration when telling a story with data.
Rather than avoiding using red and green altogether, we can design our dashboards more accessibly.
How we design our charts influences our audience’s understanding. It is important to aim for consistency in dashboard design. However, we cannot assume that just because we have been consistent in our designs. That our audience will be consistent in their understanding. An important consideration for data literacy.
I really enjoyed working with Colin. In this project we brainstormed ideas to set the framework together and Colin then worked independently to fill in the majority of the gaps. This provided a decent quality draft to review and Colin then enhanced the deliverables based upon our discussions and delivered some fantastic results for the Tableau Training on Tap material. Indeed the feedback from our training delegates has been really supportive of the work that Colin has produced for us. I recommend Colin to anyone wanting to help improve teams capabilities to deliver insights using Tableau.