Minor: Reduce Padding to Maximize Data Density

Although padding can be nice, we often would prefer to see more data on our screen (without scrolling), and to do that we need to minimize spaces, or reduce font sizes, etc.

An example of unnecessary padding is the white space around the options in the Select data type. You’ll see in this image that the color behind the option already provides decent padding, so the white space around the “On Hold” or “In Progress” is unnecessary and only causes the column to have to be wider than it needs to be.