10 Material Design concepts of captivating data visualization

Over the last few years, data visualization components such as infographics, charts or interactive tables are in everyday use across all walks of life. Data visualization is an effective tool for both storytelling and analysis, overcoming most educational and language barriers. Colorful shapes and patterns are often able to communicate large amounts of data more effectively than a table of plain numbers or long paragraphs of text.

One of the best ways to get your message across is to use a graph or chart to quickly draw attention to the key information, and by applying Google’s Material Design responsive interaction principles it’s also possible to uncover surprising patterns and observations that wouldn’t be apparent from looking at data presentation alone. For designers and developers it’s becoming increasingly difficult to present data in a way that stands out from the mass of competing data streams. To help you out, we have collected Material Design concepts, that are not only focused on charts and graphs, but also shows how to make them more engaging. So here it goes, a list of inspirational Material Design examples for improving the design and UI aesthetics of your own data visualization apps:

1. Power Chart by Kingyo


2. Spending/Saving overview by Jason Zigrino


3. Expenses Android by Olga Mihailenko


4. Stats Widget by John Sherwin


5. Activity tracking by Denys Nevozhai


6. Marketing dashboard by Luke Freeman


7. Android – Health App by Andrew McKay



8. Material Design Charts by Kyle Ledbetter


9. Energy Predictions by Kingyo


10. Calorie Counter Widget by Joey Banks



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