Data visualization, as commonly understood, is used to increase readability through the graphical representation of data. You can achieve it in different ways. One of them is the use of diagrams. When accurately designed (e.g., using the GoJS library), they enable effective communication and process mapping. On the example of our tool for building smart production…

Front-end solutions in IoT. A new trend or pipe dreams? Let’s find out!

IoT is no longer a purely technical subject. Until now, those who preferred to grab tools and design devices supporting the development of the Internet of Things were mainly interested in this topic. However, the perspective of 2020 has shown that the industry people are increasingly looking towards the clear presentation in the front-end layer. It would mean that there is a trend in greater attention to aesthetics and usability for business tools, especially those that support smooth decision-making. We asked our Pre-sales Expert and BA about his insights into IoT development towards the front-end. He tells not only about trends but also answers the question of how changes in IoT trends can change…

Synergy Codes

Economizing diagrams. The route to a simple realization of the nodes

To talk about what diagrams are, from a definition point of view, would be reinventing the wheel. However, the fact that they are commonly used in the business is a topic we encounter in our daily work. But Łukasz Jaźwa, who holds the role of Senior Software Engineer and Product Design Team Leader at Synergy Codes, will tell you how to manage data using diagrams as an advanced form of visualization and presentation. Yet, it’s impossible to ignore an attempt to discuss what diagrams mean to us. We’re a team of specialists who help clients from all over the world to present complex data and processes in the form of tailor-made diagram applications in…

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Data-driven UX – how it can improve creating data vis apps

When designing data visualization, as designers we need to understand the users’ intentions for interacting with our product and what answers to their questions they are trying to find. Typically, during the design process, user flow consists of a series of steps, which they usually finish with an action, such as buying a product, starting an operation, etc. The goal in this case is concrete and clearly defined. However, it is not all cracked up to be when the goal itself is not just to reach desired data but its exploration and analysis, during which a user can perform several actions. Let’s start with what is data visualization. Michael Friendly defines data visualization as…

Malgorzata Ciesielska

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Benefits of a tool for intelligent building management

Intelligent buildings are no longer a futuristic sci-fi vision. Dedicated information systems called Intelligent Building Systems, which enable broadly defined building automation, are increasingly used to support the administration and operation of buildings. This trend has become an inspiration to create the Smart Building application, which was created by our Product Design team. This tool, among others, visualizes data collected from sensors located in rooms for convenient and smooth management of environmental conditions in the offices. The creation of the application supported by dashboard visualization is a response to the needs of having a 360 tool for intelligent building management, from the stage of space design and placement of sensors, through their real-time monitoring to the management…

Paulina Kondratowicz