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I'd recommend against using a table in this instance. First, it's a mobile version which makes the horizontal space restrictive: there'll be lots of wrapping occurring inside the cells. Second, it seems like comparison of tasks (rows) is not your main goal so it's not necessary to make it all that compact. I'd suggest you use a list of cards, each ...


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You just need to communicate to the user which sort is in place when the sort is triggered, e.g. if it is "Sort by date" then display this text above the table, e.g. show the text "Sorting by date".


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There is no such thing as website exclusively built for the blind or handicapped. In fact by creating a separate website, you are indirectly isolating these people with disabilities and defeats the purpose of web accessibility. A good design/coding should be inclusive and be able to meet everybody's needs. You cannot "Tab" through the radio buttons ...


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The most important item should be up top You already understand this principle of design since you've given the user various ways to sort and/or filter the rows to show what they care about most first. Autoscrolling of any kind breaks this principle because if a user is clearing a filter it means they no longer care about the filtered items up top which ...



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