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If the 'home' page serves an important purpose in its own right and is somewhere that the user is likely to want to return to again and again (and it sounds like your dashboard is exactly that) I would absolutely include an explicit and prominent link back to it just for convenience. To look at it another way, there are no significant UX benefits in not ...


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I notice that you have both view tabs and edit tabs in the same hierarchy. To most people, tabs organize viewed data into logical sections, not separate different tasks (such as edit meta, description, and images). So your Overview, Stats, and Mods can stay as they are, but the rest of them should be transferred to the Overview pane as buttons or items in a ...


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The above is a really elaborate and impressive answer. I would add that you need to ask 'what is important to know'. for instance: let's say that there is an increase of 2.003 in the number of blooming flowers. Now, you can show the number, you can show an arrow or you can show both. showing only an arrow will make the growth of 2.003 and 187.3 look the same ...


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I'm a little uncertain with the question. Are you talking about the "label" being too cluttered or the information displayed? I deal with label issue constantly. Ultimately this is where user testing comes in. If users want long, ungainly labels - well, there it is. I try to find comprehensive words that explain it well, use roll-overs that show the ...


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It sounds like your customer is, like everyone else I know in finance, very much hooked on Excel. It might seem horribly cluttered to you, but this person is likely used to working with giant workbooks containing lots of sheets (accessed by tabs). They rarely want to learn a new workflow, so don't break your head trying to force other solutions on them. ...



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