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managerialslime's Journal: Best practice or inspiration for presenting forms and tabular data?

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Amazon is bursting with books and Google is bursting with pages on how to make attractive pages using images. But what about those of us who live and breathe textual tabular data? Do our web pages and reports need to be deadly dull? Most of IT is still focused on data (as opposed to charts, graphs, pictures, and video). Whether by using easier-to-read colors, fonts, backgrounds, headers or footers, who can refer to a web-site or book that sets the standard for presenting numbers and letters beautifully?

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Best practice or inspiration for presenting forms and tabular data?

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