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I have a table that has a couple of relatively short columns and one column witha long text. (See example at the bottom.)

The idea is the user can scan through each entry for comparison. Now, in the case of the relevant experience it seems very hard to read through the large block of text.

Is there a better way to lay this out in the table? I thought of character limiting the text but then it might not make sense and also there would need to be some sort of UI feature to expand it? I'm not really sure what the best UX would be here.

Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be improved?

screenshot of the data table http://i44.tinypic.com/n4w86v.pngscreenshot of the data table

I have a table that has a couple of relatively short columns and one column witha long text. (See example at the bottom.)

The idea is the user can scan through each entry for comparison. Now, in the case of the relevant experience it seems very hard to read through the large block of text.

Is there a better way to lay this out in the table? I thought of character limiting the text but then it might not make sense and also there would need to be some sort of UI feature to expand it? I'm not really sure what the best UX would be here.

Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be improved?

screenshot of the data table http://i44.tinypic.com/n4w86v.png

I have a table that has a couple of relatively short columns and one column witha long text. (See example at the bottom.)

The idea is the user can scan through each entry for comparison. Now, in the case of the relevant experience it seems very hard to read through the large block of text.

Is there a better way to lay this out in the table? I thought of character limiting the text but then it might not make sense and also there would need to be some sort of UI feature to expand it? I'm not really sure what the best UX would be here.

Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be improved?

screenshot of the data table

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I have a table that looks something like this:

http://i44.tinypic.com/n4w86v.pnghas a couple of relatively short columns and one column witha long text. (See example at the bottom.)

And theThe idea is the user can scan through each entry to comparefor comparison. Now, in the case of the relevant experience it seems very hard to read through the large block of text. 

Is there a better way to lay this out in the table? I thought of character limiting the text but then it might not make sense and also there would need to be some sort of uiUI feature to expand it? I'm not really sure what the best uxUX would be here. 

Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be improved?

Thanksscreenshot of the data table http://i44.tinypic.com/n4w86v.png

I have a table that looks something like this:

http://i44.tinypic.com/n4w86v.png

And the idea is the user can scan through each entry to compare. Now in the case of the relevant experience it seems very hard to read through the large block of text. Is there a better way to lay this out in the table? I thought of character limiting the text but then it might not make sense and also there would need to be some sort of ui to expand it? I'm not really sure what the best ux would be here. Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be improved?

Thanks

I have a table that has a couple of relatively short columns and one column witha long text. (See example at the bottom.)

The idea is the user can scan through each entry for comparison. Now, in the case of the relevant experience it seems very hard to read through the large block of text. 

Is there a better way to lay this out in the table? I thought of character limiting the text but then it might not make sense and also there would need to be some sort of UI feature to expand it? I'm not really sure what the best UX would be here. 

Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be improved?

screenshot of the data table http://i44.tinypic.com/n4w86v.png

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How to best layout a table where one column has lots of text?

I have a table that looks something like this:

http://i44.tinypic.com/n4w86v.png

And the idea is the user can scan through each entry to compare. Now in the case of the relevant experience it seems very hard to read through the large block of text. Is there a better way to lay this out in the table? I thought of character limiting the text but then it might not make sense and also there would need to be some sort of ui to expand it? I'm not really sure what the best ux would be here. Does anyone have any ideas on how this could be improved?

Thanks