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I've been playing around with borders but haven't seen that aesthetically pleasing look that soothes my soul. Any ideas I can do here to make these rows of data flow nicely?

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It's the Bootstrap framework, so each part is contained in a row, the text is 'col-md-9' and the check box is 'col-md-3'

  • The checkboxes aren't meant to be interacted right? They just inform services included or similar? – Alvaro Jan 13 '17 at 16:37
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    @Alvaro Correct just informative – James Wilson Jan 13 '17 at 16:38
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I agree with most of the points @Rosiana shares. I would however:

  • Put the checkboxes on the left side, where checkboxes usually are
  • Align everything to the left

  • This positioning is surely better :) – Dolorosa Jan 13 '17 at 20:23
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I think it will look better if:

  • Checkbox icons have the same height as (or at least balanced) with texts;
  • The text aligned to left (not centered), while the checkboxes to right;
  • Expand the row height so the contents will look spacey and not too crowded;
  • If you want you can separate each row with lines but lighter/thinner than the one separating your list with their title :)
  • Do not agree with checkboxes being the same size as the text, in Alvaro's example, why is demonstrated perfectly. – DarrylGodden Jan 13 '17 at 18:51
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As they can't be unchecked, I'd remove the box.

Check list

  • You got a point there but, in my opinion, the checkboxes checked reinforce the idea that there was something to be checked (if that makes sense). – Alvaro Jan 13 '17 at 21:54
  • It does, I think the QA is saying there's isn't something to be answered though. – DarrylGodden Jan 13 '17 at 22:07

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