28195Re: [webanalytics] Executive dashboards for Google Analytics
- Jul 8, 2011Stephane-
I like the clean lines and UI, and while tweaks can obviously be made the
look and feel is a good start for sure. I also like the trending lines which
are missing from a surprising number of C-suite dash's I've come across in
my career. The red/green arrows and color scheme are also simple and
effective and usually well received by senior stakeholders (akin to a CNBC
stock chart). I'd like to see roll-over notes directly on the trend lines so
you can annotate spot outliers and anomalies directly on the lines
Looking forward to seeing the product mature and evolve!
*evan andrews* | data lead, strategy + analysis | *Sapient**Nitro*
On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 12:24 PM, stephane3d2011 <stephane3d@...>wrote:
> Hi Web analytics gurus!
> I'm looking for opinions on my new Web analytics project. I
> developed a tool that generates executive dashboard based on Google
> Analytics. This is derived from custom executive dashboards I previously
> created for some customers. I made a tool out of it.
> Now before launching it officially, I'd like to get some opinion
> about it. Is it a great idea? Is it an epic fail? Is it useful? Simple
> and easy? And so on�
> I have to tell that this is made especially for managers and executives,
> not for Web analysts. However, Web analysts are important in that game
> because they are the one who will define KPIs, setup the dashboard and
> do the client / manager follow-up.
> In return, I'll be glad to offer five dashboards for one year for
> You can see the online demo here: http://dashthis.com/home/Demo
> Thanks for any comment or suggestion.
> Stephane Guerin
> Founder of DashThis!
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