MindCanvas | A research service from UzantoLPPM | The London Platinum and Palladium Market Home PageWelcome To SEO LondonFESESOA Integration and IBM WebSphere Portal Consulting - ProlificsEurosifICMA - International Capital Market AssociationHomeThe Challenge of Dashboards and PortalsExecutive Dashboards present an interesting array of design challenges ranging in all areas of user experience. Take your pick from a list that includes information and interaction design as well as information architecture. Add to that the business of creating information architecture that can provide a structure for growth and evolution. The executive dashboard is a portal that combines business intelligence systems and browser-based applications to summarize the status of a complex enterprise for senior decision-makers. But integration may also emphasize the differing, and sometimes conflicting, origins of the content, highlighting differences in the contexts, forms, and behaviors of dashboard offerings. Portlets: MIA (Missing Information Architecture) The portal paradigm (collections of individual portlets in a single environment) is, so far, the most useful and familiar approach to these user experience challenges. Second, portlets are inherently flat, or two-dimensional.
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