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Here is a good example - even though you stated that "Pay What You Want" will not fit. There are several good aspects of this that you may apply to your UI. (from losttype.com) They equate Pay-What-You-Want with a Personal License in the description. This may or may not apply to your situation, but it allows you to describe it in one place, and keep the ...


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What comes to mind is something like "Best Offer" because I think it will encourage people to at least think of a price rather than just instantly grabbing the freebie. I think you could also use the word "Free" but on the checkout page you can implement a message which says something like "This product is currently available for free but please consider ...


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"Set price" or "Price" should work. More importantly, I think you can convey the fact that pay what you want by showing an input field instead of a price. That way, users wouldn't even have to read the tag to understand that it's up to them to determine the price. This would work especially well in places where users have already been "trained" to expect a ...


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For your use case with 10+ athletes by 9 events, the full table might not fit on mobile screens. Generally you want to avoid scrolling left-right but scrolling up/down is OK. Swiping left right or using tabs for each event is a good option if all of your data doesn't fit from left to right beside the athlete names. You could use tabs or swipe gestures to ...



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