Tables have been a part of UI screen design since the haydays of command line interfaces. As technology has improved, more and more functionality has been added and tables now have more features than ever. Unfortunately, designing tables has not become any easier. In this talk, Ash will walk you through the principles of table design and design patterns you can use to adapt to your own applications. From layouts to filtering, or mass changes to inline edits, we'll discuss those and more. Tables are hard, but these UI design patterns can help tame them.
Ash Banaszek is a passionate and outspoken UX advocate at Valorem Reply with over a decade of experience in the field. Ash holds a masters of science in information science from Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, MO and returns to occasionally guest lecture in human factors and human-computer interaction courses. Ash has a passion for teaching and getting folks to that "ah-hah" moment about UX. As an avid proponent of creating technology people want to use, Ash's eternal quest is to destroy technology that gets people so frustrated that they want to chuck it out of a window. Outside of righting tech wrongs, Ash is an award-winning Toastmaster and uses public speaking experience to infuse humor and thought-provoking questions into talks. You can follow Ash at linkedin.com/in/ashmb or ux-ash.com