The process
As it was a testing assignment, I was the only one doing all the research and design itself.
The challenge
I needed to change an overview page as well as a bookings page trying to stick to the current style but making the current dashboard more intuitive and easy for users.
Why StayKoook?
StayKoook is the company that gave me a test assignment and I have done quite a bit of work on it so I decided why not share it on my website too because I have done some research on making their overview page more user-friendly.
How I went about it
To make the an overview page and a bookings page more accessible and to add a few more features like different KPI's, tasks to be done, messaging and more.
In the very beginning, I started with checking different types of KPI's.
https://onstrategyhq.com/resources/27-examples-of-...

Then, I checked hospitality KPI's
https://www.mews.com/en/blog/hotel-industry-kpis

After that I thought of what other types of KPI's I could think of.
KPI courses - for example 67% completed in the last 4 months and a employee will get a bonus at 100%.
KPI social media - how many times it was mentioned.
I also checked some dashboard ideas on Dribbble

https://dribbble.com/shots/17470797-Analytics-Dash...
https://dribbble.com/shots/16310625-Calixa-Visual-...
https://dribbble.com/shots/16866545-MSD-Access-Das...
https://home.vizlib.com/best-practices-for-designi...

My next step was checking current screens for accessibility and I realized some colors do not seem to be very accessible.

Then, I decided to create the copy of the current design but making it more accessible, tweaking the colors and the font sizes and changing a header a bit by adding a couple more features to it.

The result could be seen in the prototype.
The goal
Before