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I am displaying data retrieved from server in UITableView. Each cell has to display more than 10 fields as shown in figure. Its looking very ugly if I just simply put up the fields in cell. I have checked mobile patterns but they does n't contain large data example. Please tell me a better way to display excessive data - or have anyone got an idea for some alternate...? Thanks.

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What are two Logout buttons doing in the bottom bar? – Deer Hunter Jul 24 '13 at 5:53
These are just dummy icons. They are not for logout. – Engr Anum Jul 24 '13 at 6:31
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I don't really understand about this data, but tried to put my recommendations in the mockup (see it below):

  • Group similar information
  • Put focus on main information
  • Increase readability by using light colors
  • Don't show irrelevant information. E.g. if there's no pending sell, don't show it.


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Wow... this is so awesome beyond my imagination... Thank you so much for such a superb idea :) Can you tell me the name of the tool you used to draw this mockup? Thanks :) – Engr Anum Jul 23 '13 at 8:48
Simple, Adobe Photoshop – Igor Gubaidulin Jul 23 '13 at 8:50
Ok. Thank you :) – Engr Anum Jul 23 '13 at 8:51

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