Einstein already proved that matter and energy are interchangeable, which is something that is now scientifically accepted; despite it being obvious from the fact that we eat matter and our bodies convert it into energy in order to move.
Did you forget that… data are variables. What if you have crocodile / elephant / Chiwawa / AndAnotherLongname ? Your example won’t work.
Other thing, you’re right about blank spaces, but your text still to near from the input. And you need more contrast for the font sizes… Then, you can capitalize the titles (because capitalize, sometimes, is the solution)
This is nice. The exception to this would be if there is a sensible default already chosen and most users wouldn’t need to change it.
If they are longer labels that will require a row per option maybe the threshold is slightly lower as well…
I get what you are going for here, but less than 6 only works if your options are nice and short as pictured here.
If you have something like “Terrible,” “Below Average,” “Average”, “Above Average,” and “Amazing,” you are going to quickly be fighting horizontal space limitations, especially on smaller screen sizes.
Interesting read, nicely detailed and articulated
One thing that i felt missing here was the concept of exchanges. It seems more than 90% of all BTC transactions go through some ‘centralized’ exchanges which are under the regulatory cloud of various governing bodies making the whole concept of de-centralization vulnerable. And there is no obvious solution to that!