The Dashboard was created to provide a cross-platform, cross-browser, homepage alternative. After researching the most common initial actions of a user once the open the web browser, the Dashboards main functions were refined to provide a sleek user interface. The Dashboard, at its core, was to combat bookmark management between browsers, keeping the most used actions at the forefront.
The Dashboard was moulded from 4 mains parts. Part 1, the search, integrating the search bar with Google was important, it allows the user to experience the same search functionality they would normally use on Chrome while providing other browsers with a proven, well-known solution. Part 2, the quick links, these provide the user with commonly visited websites, helping them go directly to their destination. Part 3, submenu, the submenu provides the user with more less commonly visited sites. Part 4, dynamic background, the background is randomised and changes every time the user refreshes to keep the UI fresh.
The Dashboard can be customised and deployed for personal or business use.