Creating a Dashboard the User Wants to Come Back To

A dashboard is user interface that somewhat resembles a car’s dashboard. It organizes and presents information in way that is clear and straightforward. One example of a dashboard is online banking. When you log into your bank account online, you usually see your account’s, messages or updates on your bank, and other information that pertains to banking.

When creating a dashboard for your eLearning module, the task may seem daunting. A dashboard needs to be welcoming, easy to navigate, and notify the user of any important information. Now, that’s a lot of information on one page! Here are a few questions you need to ask yourself before you start designing, arguably, the most important part of your eLearning module. Once you answer these questions, you can better decide which route is best to present information to your user.

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