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No references to offer, sorry. Only my opinion based on experience: An empty table tells the user that the current page could possibly have some relevant info (they can deduce the kind of info and layout from column headers). Rule of thumb I apply (in enterprise environment): empty table is useful if the user can do something on the same page to ...


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Consider providing the ability to easily sort the list by either "Invoiced Amount" or "Days Past Due", in addition to providing both data points on each line item. This empowers users to push the items they are most interested in to the top, instead of scanning the entire list searching certain icons, colors, or number ranges. As a starting point, given the ...



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