Is this “safe scrolling area” for a mobile menu, so users don't accidentally click an option while scrolling, a good idea/user experience?
I've never seen this anywhere else, but it seems like a good way to prevent the frustrating occurrence of accidental clicks while scrolling. What do you think?
I was wondering if it is a good thing to have a fixed menu on top of the screen after the user scrolls, this seems to be a growing tendency and I'm not sure what to think about it. Example: ...
From UX perspective, if user presented with a large amount of choices would it be better to present it as a long scroll with a sticky navigation at the top saying NEXT or a several sections that are ...
I have one panel at the right where users can choose search options that is a sticky panel. However, on different screen sizes etc., if the height of this panel is higher than the screen height not ...