The Seeker product and analytics team required a set location to see all of the statistics coming through the pipeline, thus was birthed the dashboard. However, the initial design wasn't flexible--it couldn't scale with the constant additions and editions. I took it upon myself to work into some proper user experience and break down the long initial dashboard into digestible parts.
This new dashboard design allowed a simple section navigation (rather than scrolling an impossibly long page of data and charts) and segmenting proper information into their respective pages. And as the data and additions grow, the dashboard can flex and reorganize properly for any user to view and easily digest the information.
I found a lot of help through a Medium post about the best ways to present data, and data tables.