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It looks like you're designing to help the user compare classes of life insurance and make a decision on which one to select. In that case, the user is likely going to want to compare specific criteria side-by-side. You might try a comparison grid, like this: Bear in mind that it's tough for anyone to compare 20 items - we humans usually can only handle ...


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I would build something like a partitioning UI. If that is not in scope, you can always switch the percentage inputs in your table with dual range sliders. Then I would add validations that highlight the row if two sliders overlap.


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