A dashboard is usually a page at the front of the control panel that showcases useful information like stats, analytics, time, schedule, notifications, users, etc. The entire purpose of the dashboard, is to notify the logged-in user about the current state of the website or application. An example you might be familiar with is WordPress.
Whether you’re using WordPress.org or WordPress.com, both content management systems provide a useful dashboard from which you can view multiple reports in the form of graphical representation. Dashboards typically indicate items which require urgent actions at the top of the page, moving into less important statistics at the bottom.
To put it simply a dashboard is kind of like your secretary who deals with correspondence, admits new members, organizes meetings, reminds you about important information, etc. Today we collected thirty-five outstanding dashboard designs for your inspiration.
Every single design was professionally designed to represent a big deal of information in a very detailed and user-friendly manner. Whether you’re currently designing a dashboard, or planning to in the future, the following examples serve as great examples of what to do. Enjoy!
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