Although Hubitat has its own built-in dashboard, there are other alternatives.
Ever since I started with a Smartthings hub, I have been using Actiontiles.
About a year ago, Actiontiles was made available for the Hubitat platform so I now use Actiontiles for Hubitat. Any device connected to Hubitat can be shown in Actiontiles panels. The integration with Actiontiles is supported by Hubitat as a built-in app.
Since its release, Actiontiles for Hubitat has been operational in beta mode. However, it seems to be fully functional. If it does go into full release, you will likely have to pay a license fee to use it just like I had to do with the Smartthings integration. However, at this time is remains free.
I am not going to claim that Actiontiles is better than the Hubitat dashboard or other alternatives as I have not compared them, Since I was already familiar with the Actiontiles interface, I found it quite easy to implement it with Hubitat. Had I not already had that familiarity, I might be using Dashboard instead. As long as Actiontiles is available for Hubitat, I plan to use it. It does require an active Internet connection as data is exchanged through the cloud, but it allows you to access information and change device status anywhere you have Internet access. You can use it on a PC, Mac, Android phone or tablet or iPhone or iPad. Although I have not tried it, some set up a tablet to run in Kiosk mode and have Actiontiles available at all times as a home automation controller.