Another experiment with steppers. In this one, I tried to use numbers itself as interactive UI elements.
This approach works well with non-consecutive data (a consequence of items you are not able to predict. For example, a collection of software names in a list of Black Friday deals). I think it will work even better with it because in the case it shows a user which element is going to be selected in the next interaction. Sure, when you work with this type of data, the best way is to show all of the random items to mitigate the user guesses. In sight, in mind. But if you UI has space limits (e.g. you design a data picker for wearable devices) it’s a pretty good solution.
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