does anyone know any good resources for laylout designs. im not the most artistic person and the main negative feed back i have been recieving in relation to my power bi reports is the laylout a design. mainly looking for some example PBIX files that can show some diffrent layout methods.
also does anyone have a cheat sheet on the dimensions of common element s in power PI. i strugle with things like making tables fit nicely inside a mobile layout or Dashboard tile.
Any hints Tips or Tricks are welcome.
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From my experience, the best way to ensure a good layout is to start with something like a canvas grid - https://bit.ly/3myXP5B. A canvas grid can be used to help build a consistent range of reports that have the correct alignment and dimensions.
Resources for Layout Examples + Element Dimensions
https://bit.ly/3ogNfkg - I use this as a collection of great dashboard examples for layouts, dimensions and designs. Great for gauging the dimensions of elements as well.
https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Data-Stories-Gallery/bd-p/DataStoriesGallery?sortby=kudos - Great for getting inspiration from other Power BI reports, some have great layouts to use a guide.
https://www.numerro.io/ - Loads of Power BI design material here + free PBIX report with good layout and visuals.
https://bit.ly/3qlXplu - Example of a live Power BI report using design/layout best practice.
Articles to learn about report layout best practice
https://coolors.co/palettes/trending - Great for helping with report color palette/themes.
https://remixicon.com/ - Great for the use of icons in reports.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwfIR1yeBCmNSP0soX4Hb_g - Great YouTube channel around Power BI design.
Really interested by the idea of the canvas grid https://bit.ly/3myXP5B (as default one is useless).
Anyway to find the pbix?
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