2 Replies Latest reply on Jul 24, 2014 8:22 AM by Matt Lutton

    Let me know what you think about my college football preview.

    Russ Lyman

      The first one I made was for Oklahoma State, but I'm planning on making some others in the future. I hate how many text tables I ended up with, but I'm not sure what else I could have done to show that information. Any ideas? I'd love to hear any feedback out there.

       

      Workbook: OSU - College Football Preview

       

      Thanks!

        • 1. Re: Let me know what you think about my college football preview.
          Joshua Milligan

          Makes me want to sing:

          Proud and immortal, bright shines your name. Oklahoma State , we herald your fame! Ever you'll find us, loyal and true;. To our Alma Mater, O-S-U!

          Go Pokes!


          Overall, it has some good content and is aesthetically pleasing to view (though I may have a slight bias).  I was a little confused as to what interactivity I should expect.  Desmond Roland's stats seem to be stuck at the bottom no matter what other player I select.  It would be nice to see some interactivity between the schedule and the map (some highlighting, perhaps).  Same for the historical performance


          I had no idea Mike Gundy ranked so highly, even by % wins.


          Regards,

          Joshua

          • 2. Re: Let me know what you think about my college football preview.
            Matt Lutton

            Thanks for sharing Russ!

             

            I, too, cannot get the player to change players in the first dashboard--perhaps a click action on the player's name could populate a new player's info and photo at the bottom.

             

            I agree with Joshua--upon opening the dashboard, I don't immediately know what interactions I can use.  It took some clicking to figure out what actions are in place.

             

            A lot of nice vizzes--some added interactivity would really add to it's effectiveness, in my opinion.

             

            Thanks again for sharing with us!