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Customer Role: How User Experience Research Is Conducted
 
Summary Page Layout

The Summary Page pattern set helps developers and product managers determine the best layout for the Summary Page based on user roles, usage patterns, and data needs. The pattern set helps them understand the advantages and disadvantages associated with displaying metrics, non-structured data, links, alerts, and prompts on the Summary Page.

 
   
   
 

The Summary Page is the first page that users encounter after they log in to the Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Console. Therefore, it's important to provide on this page a summary of the key information that users will find within the console. This Summary Page should provide users with the ability to drill down and link to the console sections.

Use the following decision table to determine what pattern is appropriate based on user needs:

User Roles
A CXO-level user who reviews the overall health of the organization and must be aware of any red flags
Yes
No
Yes
No
A middle manager (also an analyst) who reviews key metrics, analyzes any problem areas, and acts accordingly
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
An analyst (also a process worker) who analyzes organizational metrics and performs data transactions
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
A process worker (customer service representative, clerk) who is responsible for tasks related to analysis and action
No
Yes
No
Yes
 
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