Use scripts called in CEWPs to show more than three views in a classic view SharePoint list.
Use a little script to change the “save” button to a “submit” button which may help with user adoption/understanding.
You probably don’t need parts of your custom css such as headers and footers loaded into modal dialog windows. Here’s how to keep those dialogs decluttered.
Change SharePoint list column widths to be custom-sized and responsive.
How to replace #SharePoint double-arrow (rbunsel.gif or rbsel.gif) icon in connected list view web parts with an icon from FontAwesome.
Make your larger lists easier to use and read by having your headers stick with you while scrolling