That’s one of the great things about Qlik – it integrates so easily with web applications that the web developer can be creating the chart containers in advance of finalizing Qlik content. Furthermore, if the company wants to change Qlik content later, like replace a bar chart with a mapping object, that’s easily done in the native application without requiring any more development on the web side. Nice!
Even with all that, Desi explained it still doesn’t mean a company should go head-first into building a web application. Before going too far into a workshop with a customer to design their user experience, he spends time getting to know if they are ready for this step. Just like with many things in life, sometimes a company has to crawl before they walk, and walk before they run. Luckily, even if they use Qlik Sense natively, they still have a mobile-friendly application that provides a great UI!
In my next and last installment of the user experience topic, we’ll talk with Desi about some of the more advanced topics practiced by companies, such as setting up a user experience governance. Until then, if you want to learn more about how Qlik Consulting can help you design a great user experience, visit qlik.com/consulting.