0

We have a website where we showcase statistics of various reports of students. There is one report for which there are many columns i.e. 13 in total and every column is important to show. However it is not fitting different screens with different height and width. An example of the same report I am attaching below, please open the image in another tab for better viewing purpose:

enter image description here

Tabular way definitely doesn't look good and it is hard to see the report unless one zooms in. Is there a better UX way to showcase all these data at one place which will also look good in different screen sizes?

4

13 in total and every column is important to show.

I would suggest prioritizing data you want to show to the user at once.

Conduct some research and decide which out of these 13 is most important, then provide an accordion in the table rows to show additional info on demand.

enter image description here

Here is an article on Medium which talks in detail about handling complex data grids (The above image is from that too)

https://uxdesign.cc/design-better-data-tables-4ecc99d23356

|improve this answer|||||

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.