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Keep DRY With categorical information, you do not necessarily have to show the category label repeatedly. Use proximity to group the category and subject. My guess based on your img your users are very savvy and will recognize icons. Leverage them to save space. This way even if things are three or four levels deep you can still relate them with {icon} / ...


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Might I suggest making some distinct separations of different levels so that users know what they're looking at. This isn't really tabular data, if it were just category and topics, then it would be tabular data, but because it is by product, its a 3 dimensional table which html tables are not very good at representing. If you are going to nest, ...


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Your three designs have always 3 labels at top, I think it's too much weight for "the header". Also there are too many labels taking in count the data that is being displayed (14 labels for 8 results in the worst case VS (below) 8 labels for 8 results) I think that the kind of data that you're displaying is important to make the decision about merging or ...


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Thread Arcs are a way to display even long and complex discourses in a compact way. Threadvis exemplifies this within the Thunderbird mail client. Individual messages are represented by circular shapes here, which are aligned on a horizontal axis. Several types of messages are distinguished: normal vs. selected and by viewer or by others. Ownership (me ...


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You have quite information-loaded application. This could negatively affect user and lead to bad usability. I'd recommend to use progressive disclosure pattern, in a way it is defined in the article: Progressive Disclosure- the best interaction design technique? Progressive disclosure is an interaction design technique that sequences information and ...



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