I don't really know how this concept is called, but is something deeply spread across almost every digital interface. I'm talking about "left to right navigation"... like setup wizards, where backward navigation is represented by LEFT and forward by RIGHT.
So, my team mates randomly decided that our apps interfaces (which are build on this concept, where our list view items have an arrow to the right and our back buttons to the left, like, you know... any app...) should not be that way.
I, being the UX designer in this team, am struggling to convince them this is the best way to do the navigation, although I have no scientific proof other than my experience (which is not enough, apparently).
Does anyone here has any article, book quotes or anything that could help me prove my point? I failed to find anything relevant on the web or this site.
- We are on Brazil (we read from left to right).
- Our app is a digital menu for restaurants running on Android, on touchscreen 7" and 10" tablets.
- My team mates are Programmers and Marketing people.