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I need to create a page with 10 or 12 items. Each item is a criteria for review that can be voted by the user between 1 and 4 stars. But, the problem is that it is a really strange visualisation to put all these items in a column, one below the other. How can I improve the visualisation of these metrics star-based items?

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Can't picture it, got a sketch ? – user2534 Dec 3 '13 at 7:30
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As i understand, you need to show n number of rate-able criteria without making them boring.

You could use 3*n(4 if 12) grid or scroll-able groups. Let me show...

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Thanks for the answer! – Filipe Ferminiano Dec 3 '13 at 15:37

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