Dashboard Design Patterns

The page describes various design patterns that are commonly used in dashboard design. It discusses patterns for individual visual components like charts and numbers, as well as compositional patterns for layout, screenspace usage, structure, and color. 

For components, it outlines patterns for different types of data information (like raw data vs thresholds), visual encodings (like charts and tables), meta information (like data sources and descriptions), and interactions. 

For composition, it discusses layout approaches, strategies for using the available screenspace like single page vs multiple pages, structural patterns like hierarchical vs parallel page organization, and considerations for color usage.

The page provides many examples and aims to define the fundamental building blocks and approaches that are widely applied in dashboard design. It serves as a useful reference for understanding best practices and common solutions in this domain.