Using blue color for link is a good way to distinguish between clickable text from non-clickable text especially when they are inline. There are some examples here in the stackexchange website for our reference.
Now, back to your case:
If there is only one clickable link in a row (i.e: product name only):
Highlight the entire row when hovered, no ...
If it's a table with different contents in each cell I think styling each line of text or word creates too much visual noise as mentioned in the question.
There are much more options, like in the Google video editor:
Where there are links the entire row is marked
If the links are icons, the information text changes for the icons to be clicked
If the link ...
The design of a search result page can be just as complex as the search feature itself, and in fact should always be considered as part of the search workflow/process.
Without really knowing the relationship between the different entities or their underlying data model/structure, the best thing is to defer to known best practices. The most well-known search ...
The problem seems to be that it's not easy to say when the store opens on Friday.
I'd hypothesise that most people understand what is meant by 24 hours, but when you introduce the closing time, things get confused because you're 'mixing formats'.
Mon - Thurs open 24 hours
Fri open until 2am
Sat 8am - 2am
Sun 8am - 2am
The best version for me is "B" the one Material suggests, because you can see the filters and the inbox at the same time. This is specially useful if the filters apply as you select them and you can see the effect on the inbox.
The issue is that it's disconnected from the inbox, it's not clear that you are filtering the inbox, like you said.
So a ...
First of all I will say that to me it already makes sense and I understand exactly what is meant by your examples. However, here are some suggestions anyway.
I will focus on the "Friday" for "Template 3" as everything else seems fine.
I think the best way to improve it would be to explicitly add "Sat" to the closed time. There ...