Just move the slash to before the closing right arrow and you're done with valid markup. You're right in that I, too, paused at seeing the slash in the wrong place.
The second is halting as a comment getting in the way of reading.
When reading code, I sometimes don't get too interrupted by markup such as yours but comments should pause what I'm reading.
As already mentioned you can convert a table row into a card.
But each card needs to contain column names as labels next to the values.
If you want to have a more condensed version, you could also use expandable rows.
E.g. only display first cols and have a expand action to show other data
As per my observation and understanding, the position of the search should be at the bottom. The reason behind this the accessibility. When the search is placed at the bottom it is easy to use then placed at the top. Please refer to the below image for reference.
According to the article: Radical Redesign or Incremental Change? by NNgroup.
Gradual enhancements if:
Minimal adjustments will suffice. Allow data to help you determine the extent of the problem
You're biased towards aesthetics-driven solutions. Make yourself aware of your cognitive bias
Consider the cost of switching users to a new interface.
. Avoid ...
It depends upon what your user-base, particularly your target audience, respond more to:
A) Will they prefer features, stability, and consistency over a new look and feel?
B) Will they prefer a new look and feel over features, stability, and consistency?
If your system is one that aims (or should aim) to provide productivity, then look and feel can take a ...
To answer your questions quickly, I'm gonna pull up screenshots from a project I worked on where I had to design similar components. I hope they are of help to you.
1 - Best way to be able to display progress and inform the user about the upload situation in a single upload.
Additionally, you could show the percentage of file uploaded (this depends on ...
As of now as far as the tech aspect is concerned, answers to your 5 points are:
Do assistants have personality traits?
Most have a basic persona attached to them, which is noticeable with either "joke" queries or with predictable queries such as "How's my schedule looking?". In either case, for now, there's no algorithm to create new responses, ...
Although I can agree on the fact that animations might give your users more context and feedback on what is happening, I don't think the type of animation matters.
All options that you name are animation with which you can mimic the disappearance of the rows.
I think 'timing' might be of more importance.
Because you also name "remove each row one by one" as ...
Forcing a user to update or upgrade software (either without consent in the background or by restricting access to the software until the user performs the necessary steps) is a painful experience for all users.
Let's say that you have a user who tries to boot your software (likely with the intention of accessing flight or ticket information) and then they ...