I am adding a navigation drawer for my Android app.
My app has a "my account" page where the user can see his account details.
My app also has 3 types of subscriptions that the user can choose from (lets say
I'd like it if I could show the user what kind of subscription he has in the nav drawer as well.
So to sum it up, I want to show 3 things in the "ACCOUNT" section of the nav drawer:
- User photo thumbnail (taken from Facebook when the user logged in)
- Link to my account page
- Subscription type indicator (
My question is, whats the best way to arrange it ? I think that maybe the link to my account entry is unnecessary but I don't know if the users will know that clicking on the photo / subscription type will lead to the account page.
I don't have any mockup yet, but if I take the Youtube app as an example:
You can see it has an
ACCOUNT section like i'm planning to add. I want to have an image of the user there as well, and also a subscription type indicator (could be just a text line that says
sub1). Also, I have a separate account page with more details about the account. In order to get to the account page the user needs to click something and navigate to it. I'm not sure how to tie it all together. you think it will be clear if i'd make the ubscription type indicator clickable ?