Tag: Report themes Power BI

Power BI Report Development: Creating Themes, Company Logos, Icons and Backgrounds

Power BI Report Development: Creating Themes, Company Logos, Icons and Backgrounds

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how I come up with my overall theme, color schemes, backgrounds, and how I put these basic elements together to give my reports a clean and easy-to-navigate look. This has a huge impact on my Power BI report development process because it affects how people navigate through

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How To Create Compelling Power BI Color Palette

In this blog tutorial, I’m going to go over some design and color ideas when creating a Power BI color palette. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. These are some of the more questions people ask me. How do you create your color palettes in Power

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Power BI Design Ideas For Inventory Management Dashboards

Power BI Design Ideas For Inventory Management Dashboards

In this tutorial, you’ll go through different Power BI design ideas that you can use and implement in your inventory management dashboards. This is the final step when creating a report in Power BI. You need to clean it up so that it gives off a better impression to its users. Previous tutorials have discussed

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Creating A Consumer Goods Sales Report In Power BI

Creating A Consumer Goods Sales Report In Power BI

In this tutorial, I’ll show you the step-by-step development of a consumer goods sales report in Power BI. Let’s start off with a blank canvas and this data model. This is a straightforward data model. But in a lot of cases, this is all you need. You don’t need to be complex especially for a

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Using Color Schemes For Power BI Data Visualization

Creating a high-quality color palette for your Power BI data visualization is essential to make your reports look compelling and professional. You may watch the full video of this tutorial at the bottom of this blog. I’m constantly seeing some reports that use a generic color palette from Power BI, which affects the visualization and

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