Sorry if this is the wrong SE site, but I thought it made sense. I have these tables for my web-application and one of the entries is a score, 0 - 100. 0 through 50 are okay so I don't do anything for that. Between 50 and 75 is like a warning, and currently I have the background change to yellow. Between 75 and 100 is danger so I change the background of that table row to red.
Currently I am unhappy with the way things look, and if I am I am sure the users would be. I was looking for advice on alternatives. I still want to bring attention to entries in danger etc.. but maybe a cleaner or more presentable way. Just looking for suggestions. Thanks!
EDIT More info: Thanks for the response. So yeah, the data in the table is based on what a user selects from a dropdown. And the data changes in real time, so if there is an update on the backend the table updates accordingly. If the new value is above the 50 threshold it will change to yellow background (black text still), above 75, red background with white text. The rows of the table are sorted from highest to lowest, so if there are values above 75, the red will always be at the top, then yellow, and then normal.