Your users are becoming busier by the day. Your charts are packing in more info, and are becoming denser by the day. As a result, if users need more than a few seconds to grasp the significance of the data plots, we've lost the game. We need to provide the meta information in a concise… Read the rest of this entry »
Creating the product tour was a long journey but we are very proud of what we have come up with. In this post, you will be taken through this complete journey and talk about all the phases involved in great details – inspiration, conceptualization, content structure, design, development and the usability aspects we worked on throughout. We will also talk about all the challenges we faced and how we overcame them to finally develop the product tour.
In a previous post, we had discussed how to increase the usability of your charts instantly using some simple tips. In this post, I will discuss some lesser-known tips that can enhance the usability of your charts further and help make more sense out of the data plotted on them. If you are talking about… Read the rest of this entry »
Usability is a term thrown around a lot these days. And not without good reason. People are getting busier and busier. If they cannot find exactly what they are looking for within seconds, it doesn't exist for them...no matter whether they are searching for a product on the web, a feature in a tool or… Read the rest of this entry »
Everything needs a makeover – and the latest in line was the FusionCharts Free website. Over a period of 3 weeks, we have made it chic-and-span. But why the change? The web team has cited many technical reasons to justify the change, but the content team speculates that the web team had nothing better to… Read the rest of this entry »