Fuuz® Screen Designer for Personalized User Interface Screens and Business Intelligence Dashboards
The Fuuz Platform Screen Designer tool makes it easy for users to personalize screens to display information they want to see and use.
2 Ways to Use the Fuuz Screen Designer Platform Tool
Drag and drop your screen designs in just moments. And with the native integration capabilities of Fuuz, you can use data from anywhere.
Business intelligence and data mining is essential to timely business decisions. Now, stakeholders can make real-time decisions, relying on accurate information. If the data lives on the Fuuz Platform, you can build a dashboard that reflects its current state. And you can access any dashboard with any internet-connected device using our mobile integration.
User Interface (UI) Designer
The presentation layer, or the user interface (UI), is what many of our customers care about most. It is the only component your business users see while the business and data layers work behind the scenes.
The Fuuz UI Builder puts the power of making awesome apps into your hands. Drag and drop everything you need onto your canvas. Next, size, position, and link to your workflows and datasets in Fuuz.
Build any solution at any level of complexity. Unlike other no-code solutions, we built our platform tools with manufacturing in mind. So you won’t run into the limitations and obstacles of other solutions that aren’t up to the job of handling your complex processes.
Platform tools will generally go one of two ways with the presentation layer.
- The UI will either be extremely simplistic with the ability to generate one or two-column screens or a simple table. But it’s very limited.
- The Fuuz UI data layer provides much greater flexibility. Our clients are typically manufacturing companies and need complex data across their operations for tasks such as machine recipes, production routings, and bills of materials.
It’s not easy to design a UI that works. Most off-the-shelf monolithic software solutions have limited UI capability. Most providers begin by creating the data layer, then the APIs, and finally, the business layer. After all of that, it finally makes sense to build the UI.
Most no-code and low-code software tool providers begin with the UI and work backward. That’s because they want to appeal to less technical users. And if you only want a simple screen with fields to enter and track data, that works well. This is where a system like Salesforce.com becomes very popular.
Fuuz customers, often manufacturers, have complex operational processes, and they need to track data at a very deep level. That’s why they come to Fuuz. To create a fully functional UI without the limitations of traditional software.