About Data Meaning

Data Meaning offers end-to-end business intelligence solutions to improve the way your business uses data. Our goal is to help your leaders gain crucial data and analytics insights to more strategically achieve the high performance and outcomes that matter most to you.

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Ideal Font to Use for Business Intelligence Applications

There isn’t always a positive correlation between level of detail to level of impact (LOI).

Business Intelligence Dashboard Designs Beg for Grids

Did you know that behind every great professional design is a grid holding it together?

Business Intelligence Extensible Visualizations

One of the more recent additions to Business Intelligence (BI) dashboard visualizations [...]

Enhance Your Dashboard Navigation Experience

Sometimes, an idea can spread like wildfire and quickly become the standard.

Why Business Intelligence Dashboards Depend on Design Now More Than Ever

Why do Business Intelligence applications depend on design now more than ever?

How Color Choice Impacts Dashboard Legibility

Did you know that two colors can give the illusion of depth, even on 2D surfaces, simply by being placed next to each other?

Elevate Your Business Intelligence Designs

Design is not just a visual artifact to look at, design is something we can now absorb with all of our senses.

The Future of What NLP Will Do With Your Data

OK Google! Hey Alexa! Say those magical phrases and your device comes

5 Alternatives to Google Analytics for Digital KPIs

It’s difficult to find a business that doesn’t believe in the importance of customer

The Impacts of Liberal Arts in the analytics industry

It’s easy to picture computing and analytics as a STEM only discipline but that is

The Rise of the Chief Data Officer

A few decades ago the prospect of analyzing and processing data was a novel

Color Theory in Dashboard Design

Choosing colors for a design can be both highly subjective and, at times