Modjoul Dashboard Design


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Modjoul dashboard UI design

Modjoul is a software company in Clemson, South Carolina, which created the SmartBelt and Ansel glove projects to help people stay safe. They wanted a UI design mobile app that worked well with their smart products. Our team was asked to make the app's interface look good and be easy to use, especially for the Ansel gloves. These gloves show important information from devices that track how hard physical work is on the body.

This Modern dashboard interface design teaches users about the risky ways of working and compares their experiences with other workers or with what's normal in their field. This helps prevent injuries and accidents

Modjoul dashboard UI’s Purpose

We designed the Modjoul dashboard UI to be effective and user-friendly. Our goal was to make sure it's easy for people to understand the data and use the app. We made it so that users can see information quickly and compare different things. Our dashboard design follows best practices for a great user experience. It's not just a pretty design – it helps users make sense of the data and take action to stay safe.

Modjoul Dashboard User Experience

People had trouble figuring out when their work was unsafe, and they couldn't see how their experiences compared to others. This led to accidents and injuries. To address this issue, we will implement effective Modjoul dashboard UI design that incorporates user-centric principles, emphasizes Modjoul data visualization, and employs data-driven dashboard design techniques. By creating an interactive and Modjoul dashboard aesthetics we aim to empower users to readily recognize unsafe work situations and easily compare their circumstances to industry norms or the experiences of others. Our ultimate goal is to significantly reduce the frequency of accidents and injuries through enhanced dashboard usability and actionable insights, in alignment with Modjoul dashboard UX best practices.

Modjoul dashboard usability

We initiated the process by conducting market research, utilizing the insights to formulate a comprehensive plan for enhancing the app's functionality and user experience. This encompassed integrating Modjoul dashboard UI design principles to ensure an effective dashboard layout design, with a strong emphasis on user-centricity, aesthetics, and data-driven dashboard design techniques. Employing Modjoul dashboard UX best practices, we aimed to create an interactive and modern dashboard interface design that aligns with real-time analytics dashboard requirements.

Next, We analyzed various user personas and their thought processes, identifying four distinct user types and their potential interactions with the app. Our approach entailed employing visual hierarchy in dashboard design and Modjoul data visualization techniques to ensure a seamless Modjoul dashboard user experience, enhancing usability and guiding users through the app's functionalities. Through custom dashboard development, including interactive dashboard solutions, we aimed to create a dynamic and engaging user journey.

We broke down the plan into smaller parts that match the steps users take.

We came up with lots of ideas for how the app could look and work. Each idea was for a specific part of the app. In total, we had ten ideas for each part, making a total of forty ideas. These efforts aimed to deliver an app that not only functions optimally but also provides users with an enjoyable and rewarding experience, aligning with Modjoul dashboard usability and performance metrics dashboard standards.

h2 style="text-align: left;">Data Driven Dashboard Design

According to user feedback, we suggest the following adjustments:
Put in a switch so that you may switch between roles. Some users need a quick way to switch between viewing their data and their employees because they are both employees and managers.

They are figuring out what the score values represent. Users were aware of a threshold and how to avoid crossing it, but they were unsure of the significance of the number and how exactly it rises or falls.

  • It was not easy to add a personal goal to the achievements area; this choice must be made clearer. This task was not completed by two of our users.
  • Text and icons are linked together to make it simple to traverse the application.
  • Options for news and advice for improvement could be helpful on the dashboard.
  • Text and icons are linked together to make it simple to traverse the application.
  • Options for news and advice for improvement could be helpful on the dashboard.

To boost user engagement, which Modjoul identified as one of their top worries and priorities, we suggested integrating an achievements and goals area along with social components for the app.

Finally, and perhaps most crucially, we advise adding a feedback button or option somewhere on the app so that users may provide comments on the Modjoul user interface design.


We looked at how tasks are organized and tested the app with users to see how it works. If we had more time, we could have talked to groups of people and tested different versions of the app's look.

What we found is that the app is easy to use. Basic things like checking safety scores were fast and easy, and people liked how the app looks. But some other tasks, like inviting a friend to a group, were a bit harder. People also thought there were too many times they had to change screens.

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