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Web developer since 1997. No, there is nothing else interesting or telling about me other than that. More of a programmer than a designer. But my company is small enough I have to know more UX than I should have to for this job. I'm hoping you all will help me learn.

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Nov
6
comment Is there a better way to show 3 states of 2 types of data?
RE: scrolling. Having a summary may be helpful. We'll have to see how users use the system. The client has done almost no user testing at this point. For example, we're not sure if the teachers need to know "how many left" or "which ones are left."
Nov
6
comment Is there a better way to show 3 states of 2 types of data?
The issue is not progress vs. completed. But progress/completion + a score for completed that is the issue. Does 90% mean progress or score? That's what we're trying to make clear to the user.
Nov
6
comment Is there a better way to show 3 states of 2 types of data?
Good point @user712092. Red/green colorblind is common especially. We may add an option to run some alternative color schemes for increased accessibility.
Sep
16
comment Is there a better way to show 3 states of 2 types of data?
That's one of the things that I'm worried about. That even though the percentages (shown for completed tests only) still seem to be completion process percentages and not score percentages at first. Do they need more visual separation? Or a different visual composition?
Sep
16
comment Is there a better way to show 3 states of 2 types of data?
Sorry about the percentages for non-complete tests. That's just the artist not thinking things through and copy & pasting. It will only have % and color for score if completed. I updated the image to reflect that.
Sep
16
comment Quickly change row status
Kudos for adding your final idea as an update to the question.