Accessing crucial data on your fingertips through responsive dashboards is valuable for making informed decisions that lead to business growth.
Dashboards are all about quick glances into easy to read single pages with real time user interfaces. But does the inertia of your fast-paced life allow you to access business dashboards only from laptops and desktops? Stephen Hawking says, “We are all connected by the internet like neurons in a giant brain.” And if you realise you need to view dashboards on your mobiles and tablets often when you have stepped out of office. Therefore, for a seamless navigation and comprehension of data on these handheld devices, it is imperative that you adopt a responsive web design that re-sizes your KPI dashboards according to the screen resolution of the devices used.
As the name suggests, responsive KPI dashboards respond to the devices used by you and display the suitable versions.
But since there is a flipside to everything and responsive dashboards are not an exception either.
You also need to be mindful while designing business dashboards that are consistent across different screen resolutions. An effective design would mean not overcrowding the dashboard with too many data points but picking only the relevant ones and displaying those for ease of visibility.
Responsive business dashboards are like ‘one size fits all’. They are a simple answer to the complications of accessing a multitude of data with ease on your fingertips. And the trade-off is timely, informed decisions.