Thanks for the feedback Jurgen!
Great question. At the time, the process came about organically as I was thinking about the problem.
Definitely — scoreboards for other sports would be more complex. For this project, I chose to work with a design that I’ve used and could understand quickly.
The role of scorekeepers at the university I attended was to record the number of fouls on a sheet of paper that would be submitted at the end of each game. The foul counter was not used prior to the redesign in this context.
Thanks a lot Chris!
Those are great points, thanks for sharing! I didn’t have to switch between setting time and game clock and fouls were recorded on paper from my experience. Definitely more complexity for ice hockey!
Thanks for the suggestions and feedback Yunus! I appreciate it.
I positioned the Play/Pause button closer to the bottom right since it is the place commonly associated with an enter button.
The buzzer/horn indicating the end of a period would sound for 3 seconds so there wouldn’t be a need to press…