It Doesn't Look Like Us

A BI tool may not feel as if it belongs to the customer unless it has its logos and corporate colors on it.
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BethSchultz
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Re: Pretty, and politically correct, dashboards
BethSchultz   1/21/2013 10:18:51 AM
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Yes, I would imagine that reports destined for external viewing are more likely to be in want of branding ....

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Re: Pretty, and politically correct, dashboards
TAanderud   1/21/2013 8:29:23 AM
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I usually just ask if they want their logos added.  Some of the changes can be really difficult based on what they want to do.

If the reporting is going to go to their customers - you can always anticipate that they will bring it up.  ;-)

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Pretty, and politically correct, dashboards
BethSchultz   1/17/2013 8:52:06 AM
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Hi Tricia, so I'm curious, when you start asking the project folks questions about corporate style guides, do they initially think you're crazy or do they get the reasoning right away? I would imagine consistency with company style  just doesn't dawn on lots of folks as they're immersed in the data!

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