I'm not a UX designer, I'm a programmer. So please be patient with me :)
So we're working on a dating app that learns what features a user likes in other people. We're struggling with designing the 'preference learning' section, where users swipe on other users so our AI can learn who to recommend they message. The action space on this section is [select userA, select userB, neither].
At the moment, we have it setup like this, where users can swipe right to choose a person, select neither, or tap on the card to look at that person's profile:
We'd like to be able to directly include the person's "about me" and "about you" information on the cards because we suspect that this way will lead to decisions being based more on initial looks than personal qualities. However, this can be a lot of information, and simply overlaying it on a card like this would be too much.
Anyways, are there any previous designs doing something similar that we could base our design off of? Or are there any heuristics that would help us out?