As an Enterprise UX Designer designing internal tools, complete with views of tabular data and corresponding interactions, I live and breath tables. Or grids. Whatever you want to call them. Designing for tabular data is extraordinarily difficult; well designed tabular data will make a user’s job so much easier, while poorly designed data will ruin their day (and likely lead to high turnover because it’s a miserable daily experience and life is too short.)
That being said, I’m always seeking new ideas and best practices for table design, particularly when it’s enterprise related. The post, “Designing Tables for Reusability” is one of my oft-referenced and shared bookmarks. I’ll continue to share others as I go.