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You have two lists which communicate state, i.e. Active List and Inactive List. But you also have additional state indicators with the switches, which also act as triggers for moving Events between the two lists. This could cause confusion. If you have lots of Events, there will be a lot of state triggers (switches), and this will increase the visual ...


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Two issues: The green dot does not provide enough affordance because it's almost always used as status indicator, rather than input control. Fading out unselected tile reduces legibility. Given that this is a mobile app, I recommend going with something like this, because thick outlines make it clear that the entire tile is clickable. (vs. using ...


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Personally, I wouldn't have known that the tiles were tappable. I like the aesthetic of the green dots, but it doesn't seem intuitive to that the green dot means "selected". Another thing to consider is the target area for selecting these tiles--do you really want the entire tile to be tappable? I would think that might lead to accidental taps as the user ...



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