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I think the answer provided by @JohnGB is the easiest and simplest approach for date selection, however when you are attempting to compare two player you need to show some level of details first; In your case stats such as goals scored, games played etc. this provides users with a reference point and could influence their comparison decision. showing these ...


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Modifying @JohnGB's answer I added the year selection on top the comparison. Added value, depending on that drag'n'dropping removes the player from the roster, is that users could compare the same player from different years. Selection from the same year: Selection from different years. Select one player from one year and another player from other: ...


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The scrollbar is a UX inconsistency: a user expects the contents to move (scroll) within the area, rather than the data to change, and would not normally think to drag a scrollbar to change year. A dropdown or spinbox is more consistent with normal UIs, but less tactile and easy to use. My preference would be a variation on a fisheye (or "OSC-Dock-style") ...


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When you show the two larger circles with the players being compared, you could simply have some sort of selector below each one with the year. That way you're only bothering with the year for the selected players and it doesn't complicate your interface too much. There are many options for the year / season selectors: dropdowns a simple list of ...


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Once you drop a photo into the comparison area, a vertical scroll bar appears to its right, with the control all the way at the top, and the control labeled with the most recent year. The comparison, correspondingly, defaults to using the current years' stats from that player for comparison. As the user drags the control down, the label and the stats for ...


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How about like this: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups



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