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Horizontal and vertical alignment of headers in property tables

Option three is the right one, although the most relevant problem is not the alignment of the label but the relationship with the content between cells: The different distance in the horizontal ...
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Selecting products from hierarchy

There's a missing set of items that are not represented in "Tom's Account" - the unassigned ones. I suspect that's why it is confusing how to select the items not assigned to a location from ...
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Drafts for the in-progress applications

Tables on mobile devices are not really recommended for good data visualization. This has been discussed extensively in this thread here on stackexchange Data tables in mobile/Tablet - material design....
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Multiple selectable bulk actions

Try regrouping, aligning and resizing some of the elements. Right now, you have users coming to the list with potentially high numbers of students. But you have the search buried off to the right ...
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Table input with modifier

For this kind of complex table where formulas need to be applied, the sidebar can be a good enhancement. For scalability of the UI, like if you have more options for the table cell in the future, you ...
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Filter by values not present on the table

I would say it will look very odd and prone to confuse the users. Imagine the user actually filters with this value - how can he be sure that the filtered data set actually shows only data that ...
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Whats the best, most functional but also aesthetic way to display nested list data?

The biggest problem is that the nested items maintain the same pattern of alternating colors as the parent items and this makes perception difficult. You should find an alternative pattern for nested ...
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UI/UX when showing a ton of data on a small mobile device

I would avoid using the same typographic variable for statement and content. The statements are repeated, so a round font is not necessary nor is it extremely legible; on the contrary, a bold/...
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How to make table with subtable eaisly readable

I'd suggest to make all of the rows end at the same pixel. See how your first rows of "Name, etc" don't align with the second rows of "Name, etc.". Align them to avoid the ...
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Using a filter chip with counter

Well, the problem here is that design systems are a bit strict on the definitions and the uses. For example, M3 definition Use chips to show options for a specific context. Salesforce A pill ...
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Export all table data when filter is applied?

The answer to this question depends on the user expectations and needs in the specific context of the application. However, generally speaking, if a user has applied filters to a table, it is usually ...
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if using table rows inline-editable in mobile view the best practice as Ux

"Editing a table on mobile can be complex, but it's entirely feasible. If the task involves editing a single cell in the table, I would recommend implementing a long-press indication on the cell. ...
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How to display ( and work with ) related data without using a table component?

According to the infos in the question and if there aren't any missing there exist the following relationships: Store – m:n – Manufacturer, derived from: "Store ( selling products from ...
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Best practises for tables with header titles in both axis (vertical/horizontal)

You left out an obvious form: Columnar with two-row headers for some columns. It's like your Fig.1, but conveys the associations of the various headers semantically, for the benefit of screen readers ...
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Which UI design can I use for filtering various data fields from one search box?

Your solution is one I have used in several places, searching across all of the desired fields with a single search; it can be very flexible and useful for users. A couple of thoughts - some may be ...
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Comparing current and historic data, which comes first?

I think the way you have it now is correct. On the one hand, because it's the most common pattern. On the other hand, because you have the date dropdown on the right, so I'd expect the graph close to ...
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How do you differentiate between '0' and 'no data' on a graph?

A lot depends on the exact type of graph that you're displaying. If you have visual control, you can show an interrupted graph in a number of ways. My personal favourite is to grey out that section ...
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Client-side vs Server-side column filtering in a table

If your intent is to have the user filter only the results loaded so far, then I'd expect you would only show terms relevant to those items. I would expect, however, that if your user wants to filter ...
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