February 2014

This is the first post in our series ‘Principles of Data Visualization’ #PoDV How often have you bolted on a dashboard to an almost finished product, and promptly shipped it? How often have you built a business dashboard using the most convenient chart type you could get your hands on in five minutes? How often… Read the rest of this entry »

Today’s data digest post is chock full of the best news and updates on data visualization. This first post gets right to the heart of what data visualization is all about. It’s a compilation of views from four different experts in the field, who offer unique, and valuable insights from their experience. Here’s the video… Read the rest of this entry »

So your CEO read about data-driven decisions as the in-thing and realized that the information dashboard is the Holy Grail he was looking for to improve the engagement quotient of his product. You have been given the mandate to create that masterpiece. But hey, wait! before you set on your expedition, here are our ten… Read the rest of this entry »

"FusionCharts mocks open source but uses it extensively," ran a headline on our Twitter feed yesterday. Curtis Poe, a freelance Perl developer and consultant from France, had written a blog post arguing that when we said “hobby projects don't cut it for enterprise-grade applications” and called ourselves “JavaScript Charts for the grown-ups” on our homepage… Read the rest of this entry »

Behind the scenes of dashboard design is a series of interviews with Product Managers, Developers and Designers of software products with kick-ass information dashboards to help you get an insider’s view into their making. This is the fifth and concluding part of the series. Handling time offs of employees can be a tedious job for an HR manager, especially… Read the rest of this entry »

Woohoo...Yes, you read that right. We made it to the first-ever Forbes India 30 Under 30 List. [And in case you are wondering, that suited dude below with spiked hair, yes that’s our CEO, Pallav!] For their latest issue, Forbes India went across the length and the breadth of the country to find the best and… Read the rest of this entry »

Behind the scenes of dashboard design is a series of interviews with Product Managers, Developers and Designers of software products with kick-ass information dashboards to help you get an insider’s view into their making. This is the fourth part of the series. Managing payments and insurance aspects of your healthcare can sometimes really be an uphill task, sometimes so… Read the rest of this entry »

Behind the scenes of dashboard design is a series of interviews with Product Managers, Developers and Designers of software products with kick-ass information dashboards to help you get an insider’s view into their making. This is the third part of the series. Imagine a typical day in a system admin’s life. He has to keep a continuous check… Read the rest of this entry »