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Themable KPI Tile for Qlik Sense

KPI Tile for Qlik Sense with the ability to use themes or to customize background color, comparison indicator, etc.

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Purpose and Description

I have created this visualization extension to make it easy to create themable KPI tiles without having to create a custom visualization extension all the time.

You can create your own themes by just modifying a simple .json file (see below for further explanation).


This extension has some basic built-in logic to be responsive but is by far not that responsive as the native KPI object of Qlik Sense.



  1. Download the latest version
  2. Qlik Sense Desktop
  • To install, copy all files in the .zip file to folder "C:\Users[%Username%]\Documents\Qlik\Sense\Extensions\ThemableKpiTile"


You can use the following properties to define the behavior of this visualization extension:


For every Themable KPI Tile the following options can be set:

  • KPI title - The title of your KPI
  • KPI - The KPI, any numeric or dual value
  • KPI comparison (numeric value) - The numeric value which is relevant to render the positive, negative or neutral color & icon defined in the template.
  • KPI comparison (displayed value) - Put the formatted comparison value here (use e.g. Qlik's num method).

Appearance - Layout

Choose either the Default Layout, Custom Layout or choose one of the Templates.

You can add additional templates by modifying the layouts.json file, located under ./config/ by adding new layouts as follows:

"orange": {
    "name": "Orange",
    "tileBackgroundColor": "#FFB304",
    "titleColor": "#fff",
    "comparisonPositiveColor": "#006600",
    "comparisonNegativeColor": "#CC0000",
    "comparisonNeutralColor": "#333",
    "comparisonPositiveIcon": "▲",
    "comparisonNegativeIcon": "▼",
    "comparisonNeutralIcon": "▶"

In case of choosing "Custom Layout" the following settings can be used:


Contributing to this project is welcome. The process to do so is outlined below:

  1. Create a fork of the project
  2. Work on whatever bug or feature you wish
  3. Create a pull request (PR)

I cannot guarantee that I will merge all PRs but I will evaluate them all.


Stefan Walther


Copyright © 2015 Stefan Walther

Released under the MIT license.

This file was generated by verb-cli on August 12, 2015.

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