Scenario/Problem: You want to change how a view displays items so that the view does not show them in the regular tabular way in which views normally present items.
Solution: Some view types support displaying items in different styles. This means that instead of showing items in a simple table, you can have the view display the items in a different manner that might make the view easier to read.
A common example is the Shaded style, which shows every other row in the table with a different shade or background color (see Figure 1).
Another example is the Boxed style, which displays each item in a box (see Figure 2).
To specify the style for the items in a view, scroll to the Style section of the view creation page and expand it by using the plus sign next to the section title. When you see a list of the styles available for that view type (see Figure 3), simply select the style that you want.
Try the different view styles. You might find that one of them is better suited for your purpose than the default one.