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As for myself, as soon as the image started animating I lost track of the text in your question and was barely able to finish reading it. It's also a reason I installed adblock, which I disable on most sites but as soon as I see anything animated or view obstructing on the page, I just put it on again (and if it's not an ad, I explicitly block the source ...


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If your using bootstrap I would suggest using panels for the Overview and Response rates. Bootstrap Panels You can place tables within panels if that is what you want to do. or maybe list groups for the specifics would make it all tidy: Bootstrap list groups


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I'd treat the entire graphs as buttons, something like this: this way, you provide some degree of information to the user and make your element the trigger of an action, saving space as well as steps in your process. Of course you would need to test, but I think this approach will greatly reduce any cognitive dissonance by adding a quick eye scan ...


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There is a concept called "micro charts". These type of controls are both interactive and informational. I suggest you google it up.


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Personally I would use the tab format you preferred - but on top of the graph not below. I certainly don't go much on the drop down as I think this hides the options and graphs available (as you have to click to view them). What I would suggest is that if you have a live system then try to AB test it and see which gives the most number of different graph ...


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Show it if it's ever been nonzero. There are two competing considerations: don't hide valuable information from the user, but don't overwhelm new users with information that they are unlikely to understand. Putting these together reveals a third option: show the account balance if and only if it has ever been nonzero. This way, you progressively reveal ...


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I suggest that instead, you make the account balance stand out when it's zero. Mark it red, maybe make it big. Additionally, your program should be kind enough to point out whether the balance is, or will come out to be, zero when the clicks "buy" or "add to cart."


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You need to show the account balance when it is zero. If a user is using the account balance feature then they're going to get really confused if it disappears entirely. They have no way of knowing that account balance is temporarily hidden just because it dropped to zero. They are going to spend some time hunting for their account balance and get ...


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Ideally you could provide me exactly what I need without any input. This is, of course, impossible to do with various types of users all wanting different things. The reality is some businesses just have a lot of content that needs to be accessed at different times by different people so here are some things to keep in mind as you redesign your portal ...


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While I have no idea of what content you want to display, you could try Google Material's cards , adding your heading as a card, then supplemental actions if needed, and a list of contents for that particular card. Since cards allows for heterogeneous content, this could be very suitable to your specific needs, not to mention these are very nice elements ...


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I was confronted with this challenge recently as well. There is a desire to have a "cool" portal page with lots of vaguely relevant icons leading to specific functional areas of the app. The trouble is, the whole thing feels forced. And if your app suite (or set of views and activities) gets very deep, the portal has a tendency to be either too shallow or ...


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The two alternatives you've mentioned: Summary pages Windows-style drop downs An alternative that I've come up with is almost a combination of those two. Instead of an icon-based dashboard, I've come up with a windowed dashboard: Each window could list the various sites as links or buttons, with hierarchical links displayed as nested items: The ...



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