New answers tagged


It sounds like all you really need is a list, except that you also said you're looking to show debits and credits. So now your list of transactions has multiple dimensions. There are several ways to lay out information with multiple facets. A table is a classic solution when you need to read in both directions, i.e. read down columns or across rows. ...


If I were you, I would check out the transaction history of several banks for inspiration. For example, Chase shows a table of transactions, which includes fields like Date to send, date to arrive at target destination, status (Pending, Funded, Sent, Paid) and a button that has a dropdown so the transaction itself can be looked at in more detail. For a ...


Take a look at the Nielson/Norman report on icons. It might resonate with your findings. This bit is your answer: "Always include a visible text label."

Top 50 recent answers are included