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Is a 'dataheavy' table one with lots of columns, rows or both? I would suggest that it is the design of the table that creates the cognitive strain, causing difficulties in reading and processing the information. Well presented tables are easy to read and interpret regardless of the amount of information it contains. Of course, if you simply wanted to ...


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In a card format style/layout, even if you tried to order by two different properties, it is very difficult for users to make the visual comparison. For example, if you want to order by compatibility match then you might present something on the top right hand corner as a number value. However, if you want to order by proximity then you might have to show a ...


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I think the most important part here in terms of the UX is the freedom and control you give to the users and the information you give to them. Give the user the feeling that they are in control and act according to their preferences. In this case it sounds to me that users are going to make a trade-off: this person matches 100% but lives far away vs. this ...



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