What the Classroom Taught Me About Dashboard Design

Before working at Domo, I taught middle and high school. When I first started teaching, I was hounded with advice. “It’s okay to use worksheets.” “Don’t feel bad about assigning the chapter and questions.” “Feel free to copy exactly what I’m doing.” Though these suggestions were appreciated and sounded like an easy way to teach, I realized

By Thamina Christensen, Marketing Project Manager

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Are You Still Using Spreadsheets? (Unfortunately, You’re Not Alone.)

I loved this recent post on The Data Doghouse, which underscores why “spreadsheets from hell” are still the most pervasive BI tool for business users. Last year’s TDWI study on Visual Reporting agrees. That survey found that nearly two-thirds of BI users are

By Shawn Dickerson, Director of Marketing

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Moneyball: Baseball Intelligence

I am sure you are thinking, “I get it. Moneyball. Stats. Business intelligence. We should all be looking for new ways to measure our business instead of the standard metrics we have always used.” Right? Certainly a good discussion to be sure, but that is not where I want to go with this

By Dan Roden, Director of Marketing Experience

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Infographic: The Future of BI

There’s a storm comin’. Well, figuratively anyway. Out here in Utah, it’s been dry as a bone. We even had to cancel our family’s annual holiday break sledding trip (in related news, my back is doing great)

By Shawn Dickerson, Director of Marketing

Thursday, January 5, 2012

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