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You could Consider a more graphical approach as this will help you move away from tabular data and allow you to add more details if you wish to do so. This has also the advantage of providing an immediately understandable and comparable view of time units used. opting for a progress bar as in the mockup below, users will be able to get the information they ...


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Suggestion: Name Time (hh:mm:ss) Test 1 0:45 Test 2 1:23:45 Avoid repeating the unit for each value - especially if this is a long list. The cost for casual observers (scroll up and match the unit pattern with the text) is IMO marginal compared to the reduced visual ...


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The order is clear to most users as long as there are 2 colons Using only numbers and colons is usually less clear than using time based suffixes hour, min, sec. Ambiguity happens when there is only a single colon. For example, 4:58 could either refer to 4 hours and 58 minutes or 4 minutes and 58 seconds. As long as there are two colons and a time based ...


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hh:mm:ss is a fairly standard way of displaying duration. I would hazard a guess that most people have used and are familiar with a stopwatch. That's the format that's used in pretty much all stopwatches. If you must have something else for comparison, try 5h 10m 22s if you need exact time. (display min & sec if it's under an hour, and sec only if it's ...


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I think you could take a more subtle approach by displaying a countdown progress-bar as in the mockup below: The benefit of using this pattern is that it conveys information about how long the action will take to complete while also conveying information about how each task compares to others (if needed) and it is also easily viewed at a glance. The ...


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Display Using icons with tooltips: Clock icon: small swept/highlighted face section for "minute". fully swept/highlighted face for "hour". Calendar icon (like http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icon/calendar/) highlighted day for "day" highlighted row for "week" fully highlighted for "month" Stacked and highlighted calendars for a year. ...



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