Hi All, We are building a web application to help manage objectives. Below are some screenshots of the main objectives page, a place you go to see your objectives. You will see 4 objectives in the examples, one per row. The first row is highlighted to show you what the row looks like as you mouse-over it. Clicking on a row opens up the objective so you can see more details. Clicking again will shrink it back down to a single row. The objective's title is shown left aligned, whilst right aligned is some info to tell you what attention (if any) the objective requires. We want to give some sort of visual indication if an objective is late or needs some sort of attention and how urgently the attention is required using Red, Amber or Green colours. The screenshots play with different ideas for doing this. I'd like to get your opinions as to which works best for you. Note, we don't want to scream urgency, just portray it in a way that looks nice. We have our opinions about them all, but I don't want to influence your thoughts by adding them here just yet. Idea 1: Colourise the information wording Idea 2: Put a block of colour on the left Idea 3: Combine 1 and 2 What are your thoughts on the UI so far and specifically how to handle colorisation?