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comment How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
@TimHuynh thanks for the input. Just to confirm, calling it a design implies some conclusion. Obviously, I wouldn't put this in an envelope as is, but I think there is a strong benefit imo to the ideas here (laying out the primary two winners from left to right, subtle visual cues to convey direction, giving the 1st runner up secondary focus, etc) which was what I was trying to showcase.
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revised How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
Revised answer and concept regarding first runner up after learning about protocol
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comment How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
@BasilBourque Good point on spelling out the ordinals! I think that approach makes sense.
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comment How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
Was just about to respond, thanks for clarifying. I didn’t watch the show, so my assumption was the host announced the 2nd runner up, then the winner and thats it (what my concept is based off of). For sure, if he has to announce the first runner up afterwards, a larger font size and/or arrow would make sense.
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comment How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
@JonH the 2-column approach works better with shorter multiple lines since you have the vertical space, but generally I agree with you, the country can be to the right or below the title almost interchangeably.
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answered How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
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comment Editing multiple entries in a list - should you disable dynamic sorting?
Thanks for the clarifying, definitely confirms the answer then. If you're dealing with longer entries of various heights then the cognitive load of going through those entries & scrolling each time they're sorted, is much greater, & you would never want to do that automatically. Combined with the 2nd point (running through their task first), the best approach is to provide an easy way for users to sort the list manually. If its important that users see sorted data before they leave this page or interaction (after all changes), then you can highlight the button or flag it after the 1st change.
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answered How do Notifications affect User Behavior?