I have a website (not native mobile app) where users can send their quotes about a specific service. Let's say User X sends a request to find someone that can fix his TV, so... dozens of other users who can fix that TV send their quotes; in the end, User X can see a whole list of quotes sent by the other users. Before the question, there are some things to take into account:
Each user who sends a quote, has qualifications with stars and comments from previous customers.
Each quote has some attributes such as price, proposal, and how much time will take to finish the service.
Now my question is, what is the best way to show a list with this info? Right now, I have it like this:
- Each quote is inside a box, this box has ALL the information about this quote: price, who sent the quote, star rating; in a modal box, the references or comments, date of completion, and maybe the largest text is the proposal, and of course, contact info of who sent the quote. (This could open in an accordion.)
NOTE: Take into account that the user can have 12, 20, 100, or any quantity of quotes, each box represents a different quote
- But I'm thinking that maybe there is too much information in a box, and in that box we should only show basic information and a button with "More Info" and redirect the user to another page with ALL the information about the quote.
The disadvantage that I'm seeing of option 2 is that the user has to come back to the quote list, and click on a quote, see the info, and come back to the list, and like this so on.
What do you think? What would be the better option? Or maybe there are other ways to show that info?