With a focus on reaching goals and tracking goals, I wanted individuals and teams to easily track their goals and do it in an easy and user friendly way. Right away, the dashboard displays the team's monthly goals, the top 5 sellers (adjustable by dropdown), and the most recent seller. If you have certain employees you want to follow-up on, you can easily click the "+" sign on each employee name/profile and keep up with their activity. We then have the competition feature which facilitates a friendly contest to reach the goal the fastest and a way to keep track of employee sales. You can also compete with other regions/departments within the company. Lastly, you have the employee page which displays the sales the employee has made and their total, last 30 days, etc. sales.
With a focus on reaching goals and tracking goals, I wanted individuals and teams to easily track their goals and do it in an easy and user friendly way. Right away, the dashboard displays the team's monthly goals, the top 5 sellers (adjustable by dropdown), and the most recent seller. If you have certain employees you want to follow-up on, you can easily click the "+" sign on each employee name/profile and keep up with their activity. We then have the competition feature which facilitates a friendly contest to reach the goal the fastest and a way to keep track of employee sales. You can also compete with other regions/departments within the company. Lastly, you have the employee page which displays the sales the employee has made and their total, last 30 days, etc. sales.

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Hey @cooper, it looks like you are getting started with UI/UX field as I saw this design very thoroughly after reading your description. There are certain things which I think if you include in your design then it could prove to be more efficient and user friendly. As per me, only UX is not responsible for everything in design. UI also plays important role in this. As you have implement with quite good UX techniques, you have to now focus more on User Interface design. As we are making this dashboard for a company and for making the company feel reliable to the software, we can use trustworthy colours like blue, white or any other colour depending on the research domain. As others said the current designs looks like unfinished ones and as of wireframes. You can see others entries as well to get inspiration of how they are doing things and using colous. However, it is a good start. You can keep going with your work and try to learn more about UI things as it will help you in succeeding more in future and you can potentially win this contest as well. Good luck 😃
As Sachin said, the use of dull colors looks nice but doesn't give corporate vibes. For me, it makes the design look unfinished, like a high-fidelity wireframe. The UX is certainly different than most. I love how you used each tab. There's not much going on on each page, which makes the information more digestible. Love the effort!
For the UI side : I like the way you used monochromatic color scheme. But you might have chosen a dull color, although it looks nice but it's for corporates and should give that feel. the off-white color took the whole charm from the design even though the design elements are really good. For the UX side : I like the idea of starting a competition for sales executives. The word "competition" itself give a clear idea and motivation to employees.