The company recently sent a survey that featured a view that asked me to select up to 10 attributes out of a list of 60-70 ones. The selection list was displayed as big toggleable buttons, about 10 rows x 6 columns of them.
I began reading them and toggling what I found applicable, but by the time I reached half of the list I got 10 selected. This meant that for each applicable future selected item I had to unselect an already selected one. This in turn meant to scan across multiple rows and columns to find an appropriate item to deselect.
This does not seem like a good UX and I want to make a suggestion to improve the UX so that they get a higher response rate and more meaningful results.
One idea is to have a separate column where all selected attributes are displayed, which also allows them to be draggable. That allows the user to easily sort them and spend less time kicking out one item when a better one is found.
Any ideas about how to tackle such a view?