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Maintain grid alignment For complex flows and hierarchies, grid alignment is crucial for calming the complexity and providing a sense of order to the user. If you get the grid layout correct, you can de-emphasize the arrows because the user really only has to look at the arrows once to understand how to navigate the flow (so you don't have to make them ...


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Why not have arrows that explicitly point the the next circle in the sequence even when it's on the next line: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups But, FWIW, I don't think a vertical array of things implies the top element is more important, just that it's first in the sequence. Circles and arrows could be used to ...


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Neither the random nor fake preview seems useful. Content that is not useful should not be developed. It is waste of resources for both developer and user. Development time spent on low value work is not available for high value work. Effort users spend parsing and comprehending low value content is not available for actual work. Instead you should go back ...


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Here you have some ideas playing with shapes, tints, high/low conventions, dirty/clean metaphors. Of course it will be easier if your metrics are numeric instead of conceptual. You could also place labels below/above, you could use grids to support the metaphor and so on, basically showing some wireframes in the hope they are of help for you


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You can't use different colors, so you'll have to use shapes. You know how some rating websites use $ = inexpensive and $$$ = expensive? What if you did something similar. Print just the outlines of + and -, and fill them in based on whether low, medium, or high correlation. I think it'd also be helpful to print the spelled-out results in a light, thin ...



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