For this school project the objective was to design a user interface for a Project Management System. The System should log certain activities, hold certain data and the dashboard must reflect all the projects currently happening.
 
I created a design for a tiles manufacturing company, where data suh as oven times, clay levels and orders are displayed.
Thie UI Kit contains all the baisc elements needed to design the system. Charts can be created in CSS.
This is the landing page of the Dashbaord. The user can set different sections to display, in order to give a thourough overview of what is currntly happening in the system. A T Do-list, oven times, Orders, reminders, Invioces and Stock charts are shown here to show what still needs to be done in order for orders to be completed and sent out.
On the Order page all new orders are categorised and added to the different categories. These categories are done by means of a colour strip that is added to the order block. Reminders can be set and clients can alos be added here. Upon placing a new order, the system checks the availability of the order and then, if needed, adds any stock that is needed to the reminder dialog box. Such stock is then created and once cleared, the order is ready to be delivered.
The Stock page is very handy, as it does not only serve as an inventory, but also gives an indication of what stock is still needed before an order can go out. The charts to the right of the page are a clear indication of how many resources are available, and once it reaches a certain percentage, a reminder is set to order new stock.
It was very fun designing a dashboard interface. I would love to develop this model into a full-working system.
Dashboard Design
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User Interface design for a Project Management System Dashboard.
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