To efficiently and appropriately integrate daylighting strategies in their projects, building designers need reliable methods to address issues such as daily and seasonal variations or the balance between sufficient illumination with visual and thermal comfort aspects. This integration must also happen early in the design process to have a significant impact on energy savings and ultimate building performance. This paper proposes to address this need by fulfilling three major objectives: support the design process using a goal-oriented approach based on iterative design improvement suggestions; provide climate-based annual metrics in a visual and synthesized form; and relate quantitative and qualitative performance criteria thanks to a novel interface for browsing daylighting analysis data in various forms. A methodology to achieve these objectives is described here as the Lightsolve approach.