Responsive dashboard templates 📊✨
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Building an analytics dashboard? Don’t start from scratch. Grab one of our CSS Grid-based templates and admire your data in minutes.
UPDATE: All examples in this repo have been updated to use keen-dataviz.js and keen-analysis.js, as well as CDN versions of all dependencies. When producing charts with keen-dataviz.js, the HTML wrapper for each chart (
, described below) is rendered automatically.
Begin with a layout:
Add charts to each
Chart Title <!-- chart goes here! --> Notes about this chart (optional)
An attractive, custom analytics dashboard that's ready to be shown to your team or your customers. No hours lost tweaking CSS or testing responsiveness on eight different mobile devices.
These layout templates are composed of a minimal set of custom styles. They cover the most common use cases and layout configurations we've encountered so far.
These templates can work with any data source or charting library, but they're particularly streamlined to work with Keen IO's Dataviz SDK. You can add some charts to your dashboard with just a few lines of code. Talk to our team to get started today.
Ready to use one of these awesome layouts? Here's how to get started.
Download a copy of this repository as a zip file, using this link. You can also type
git clone keen/dashboards
in your terminal. 2.
Check out the various layouts and pick the one that best suits your needs. Find the template in the repository you downloaded at
Start editing! In the destination folder will exist an
file. Open it in your favorite text editor. There are three things you need to do to edit your dashboard: