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From an accessibility point of view, if you rely purely on colour coding, the information provided by those colours ('verified', 'problem' and 'unclassified') may be inaccessible (or misleading) to people who are unable to perceive the differences between those colours, either because they are colourblind or are perhaps completely blind. It also makes the ...


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You are right to be worried about the number of icons becoming too large. Unless you can find icons that are really obvious, this will become overwhelming for the user. You could try splitting the roles up into a small number of categories, and assigning an icon to each category. For example, you could have a "management" category represented by an icon in ...


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Not saying this is the "best", but the current version of MS Outlook shows the delete icon only when the mouse is hovered over the row: And then turns it to red when the mouse hovers over the delete button: Note that the icon they use is subtly different- the slightly "curved" X implies "delete/remove" as opposed to a straight X which in my mind is more ...


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You may use a hierarchical structure. If the risk is global then place it under the top level goal, if the risk affects only some events then place it under the affected events only. You can do something like the following :


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After running into the same issues quite recently at work, I followed these steps to reduce horizontal size, and try to adapt the content to smaller (or wide enough) screens: Reduce font size from 1em to 0.9em. The change is slim, but enough to reduce up to 2-3 columns when you have a lot of them. Analyse exactly the priority of each columns, and start ...


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Here is an example solution, I suggest you keep the column width static. As having the whole table change width might be a bit unsettling (assuming that there are more columns).


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Quick Answer If it's being provided just for call centre employees, have you asked them which of the two they prefer? Running some quick mock-ups past them would resolve your quandry pretty quickly. More Formal Answer If you've got two different UI paradigms that your team are arguing over, the only way to work out which is the better one is to test them ...


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I think you should give a display of all of the days and the times of the notifications for each day. Group this list into 2 groups (one group for each week), then the times (AM/PM) beside each day should be clickable so they can be changed individually. This way they act as a status of the time set and as an actual control that is clickable. When tapped ...



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