I have information in short sentences (bullet list) and each bullet could be pros/cons or plus/minus toward a product. What is the best way to display it nicely?
+ Price is cheap + Many people bought this and found out that it is very easy to use - It's somewhat ugly in design - They don't have many retail locations yet
I tended to put
- as the bullet image for each line but then it seems to look ugly. Is there any other way or examples of how people do this in web design?
UPDATE 1: I had some ideas but could not find good example. How about:
- Sub-header saying Pros/Cons and just any bullet image
- Text color: red vs green?
- Background color: light red vs. light green?
More examples from Stackoverflow (using -1 as a mark of negative). Or Quora/Digg also using points. Dunno...
Added one important piece of information: the pluses/pros always go together. The minuses/cons are the same - All grouped together.
Attempt to do the arrow based on vision below
Potential grouping of positives vs. negatives.
Use red and green left border to market Pros/Cons section. Then have thin separator for each line:
Use two indicators of Pros/Cons: green/red thumbs and the words Good/Bad. Also light color bullet points to market each line:
Use two indicators of Pros/Cons: Good/Bad words and the underline color:
Use two indicators of Pros/Cons: Good/Bad words and the color of each bullet point:
Use simple smiley icons with red/green and vertical align with the bullet also in red/green: