Microsoft Power BI The Art of Designing Incredible Tools

Learn how art, psychology, design, data, and business acumen combine to create incredible Microsoft Power BI tools.
Microsoft Power BI The Art of Designing Incredible Tools
File Size :
8.76 GB
Total length :
14h 45m

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Instructor

Sean Chandler

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Last update

Last updated 5/2022

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4.7/5

Microsoft Power BI The Art of Designing Incredible Tools

What you’ll learn

Master the principles of Gestalt design and learn how to apply smart design techniques to business intelligence reports, as well as common mistakes to avoid.
Learn how to apply color strategically in your tools to ensure maximum readability and guide your users through the most important insights in your tools.
Learn how to find the story and dissect datasets in order to create compelling narratives that propel business users towards insights and, ultimately, action.
Use common business tools and built-in Power BI functionality to engineer design and navigation experiences for your users that will immerse them in your tool.
Apply common web design techniques to business intelligence tools, transforming your creations from semi-interactive reports into complex data-driven web tools.
Learn how to conceptualize and deliver a front-end design experience from start to finish, using a free UFO sightings dataset.

Microsoft Power BI The Art of Designing Incredible Tools

Requirements

Basic data visualization experience is a requirement for this tool and familiarity with data modeling concepts will be extremely helpful. No DAX or Power Query experience is required for this course.

Description

Microsoft Power BI:  The Art of Designing Incredible Tools is a course focused on what it means to design beautiful reports and dashboards.  Are you a Power BI builder struggling with how to design tools that look as amazing on the front-end as they are in the back-end?  You’re in the right place!  Where other wonderful courses teach the technical aspects of Power BI that help aspiring BI engineers wrangle data, transform it, visualize it, and publish tools across their company, this course is focused specifically on the art of designing tools that look amazing, tell meaningful data stories, and deliver a wonderful online user experience.  In this course, learn about some foundational design techniques based in Gestalt psychology, learn how to refine your use of color to make the most important insights “pop”, learn how data storytelling is very different from traditional narrative storytelling, and learn about the many things that BI tools and video games have in common when it comes to user experience.  In 15 hours, you’re not guaranteed to learn everything there is to learn about design and data storytelling, but you will receive the exposure necessary to elevate your BI tools from collections of data visuals into gorgeous “tools” that marry data visualization, design, color, text, imagery, and other stylistic elements in order to invite your users into your creations.

Overview

Section 1: Instructor & Course Introduction

Lecture 1 Instructor & Course Introduction

Section 2: Designing BI Tools for Enterprise Use

Lecture 2 Designing BI Tools for Enterprise Use

Lecture 3 Demo: Rethinking Power BI Layout Design

Lecture 4 TOP TEN: 10 Ways Your Business Can Help You Be a Better BI Developer

Section 3: The Fundamentals of Incredible BI Design

Lecture 5 The Fundamentals of Incredible BI Design

Lecture 6 Demo: Applying Gestalt Techniques

Lecture 7 TOP TEN: 10 Most Common BI Design Mistakes

Section 4: Using Color Effectively in BI Design

Lecture 8 Using Color Effectively in BI Design

Lecture 9 Demo: Choosing Your Power BI Theme

Lecture 10 TOP TEN: 10 Biggest Color Mistakes to Avoid in Power BI

Section 5: Finding the Story

Lecture 11 Finding the Story

Lecture 12 Demo: Building a Power BI Tool Landing Page

Lecture 13 TOP TEN: 10 Considerations to Make Before Telling Your Story

Section 6: Telling Your Story with Data

Lecture 14 Telling Your Story with Data

Lecture 15 Demo: Telling Your Story with Power BI Bookmarks

Lecture 16 TOP TEN: 10 Tips for Designing Better Data Visuals

Section 7: Designing BI Tools for Web Use

Lecture 17 Designing BI Tools for Web Use

Lecture 18 Demo: Building Drill-Through Pages in Power BI

Lecture 19 TOP TEN: 10 Tips for Ensuring a Better User Experience in Power BI

Section 8: Building an Incredible Power BI Tool

Lecture 20 Building an Incredible Power BI Tool

Section 9: More Incredible Power BI Design Tricks

Lecture 21 More Incredible Power BI Design Tricks

Lecture 22 Building an Awesome Slicer Panel

Lecture 23 Building a Tutorial Overlay to Help Your Users

Lecture 24 Getting More Out of Hover Capabilities

Lecture 25 Understanding Bookmark Dependencies

Lecture 26 Extra Demo: A Cryptocurrency Price Analysis Tool

Section 10: Conclusion

Lecture 27 Conclusion Summary & Thank You

Section 11: Instructor Interview & BI Career Discussion

Lecture 28 Instructor Interview & BI Career Discussion

This course is focused specifically on Power BI users who are comfortable building data visuals like bar charts, line charts, etc. and have little difficulty modeling their data, but who struggle with designing attractive and user-friendly reports. This course is focused on teaching useful design principles, basic web navigation features, and data storytelling. Non-Power BI professionals should find many of the design techniques in this course more or less universal but the course will examine BI tool design exclusively from a Power BI perspective.,This course is not intended for users looking to build their DAX skills or learn how to construct/customize data visuals. It will focus almost exclusively on higher-level design techniques, as this is an area that I seldom see covered in other BI trainings, which tend to focus on more specific “how do I build this?” areas. This course will focus on “how do I design this?”

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 14h 45m | 8.76 GB
Created by: Sean Chandler

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