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Like @xul, I suggest a card pattern. So you have more Space to display information instead of having everything compressed in a small row.


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Lists are generally used to show items sorted by a specified criteria (even if it is just based on user preferences) and can either have a value associated with the item (which is it sorted on). However, in your case, to show items with the same order of priority requires some additional indicator to be applied to the items. An additional design problem to ...


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In my opinion, both can work and both can be puzzling. More important seems to me: Embed your solution in the surrounding concepts. For instance, are headers always on the top of the screen? Is it possible at all to have a list that has not a header at the top of the screen? Mark the important things: empty space, explored new options etc. In my experience, ...


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