Law #1: Most software dashboards are shitty Law #2: If it’s called “Dashboard”, it’s probably shitty Law #3: If you don’t know what to take away from your dashboard, your users won’t Law #4: Not talking to users will result in a shitty dashboard Law #5: I don’t need no shitty control Law #6: Because it was useful in a Powerpoint doesn’t mean it’s useful on a dashboard Law #7: Because it moves doesn’t mean it’s not shitty Law #8: You probably don’t need a dashboard
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