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Group the cards or charts in a proper manner with callout for each card which can hightlight the top finding. A search on the page is MUST which will show the related cards. We had a similar requirement for one of the product but we have 120 different metric to show... we categories all the 120 cards into logical group and added a NLP driven search which ...


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Interview the executives/stakeholders to understand: When and how are they using this information? What do they need to know quickly? What is less important but still might need to be accessed? Once you have that information, categorize and cluster the important fields to make them easily accessible (you could use a card sorting exercise for this), and ...


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If the content of that section is simply to show all 60 forms, I don't see any inconvenience in listing them all on the page. This is an example of an online radio DI.FM with 96 different channels including name, current song, author, picture and a play button. The biggest job will be creating each form thumbnail.


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Defining Staleness As a product of how old A and B are. For example, if A is 3 days old, and B is 5 days old, then staleness = 15. The freshest score is 1 - when both A and B were updated today. While not perfect, this allows you to factor in the impact of multiplying a "fresh" datum with a "stale" one - which still produces a "stale ...


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Issues other than Data I like the way you framed your question, “decrease the cognitive load.” This is the best way to put it - far better than asking, what’s the best experience?” Simply put, users cannot enjoy any experience that is cognitively effortful. The UI you’ve presented appears to show users three questions. I don’t have much context for ...


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