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Mobile somewhat blurs what it means to "close" an app. Conceptually, apps are never "closed"; they're just "put away". When you exit to the home screen or switch to another app, the previous app is suspended. It might be kept in memory, or its state might be saved to disk and its process terminated. To the user, in theory, there's no difference, because next ...


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My thoughts Use both descriptors and icons. (Eg the conversation icon) Create a pattern language for you app (inc gestures) There are two ways you can structure IE if it is hierarchical such as you drill from room to conversation or frequency of usage. If if users are more likely/often press the conversation button make this the first button or the first ...


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Interesting question. If your user expects to perform more than one action on the filter box then auto closing should be avoided. Here is a related article in Smashing Magazine. Although the screenshots they have provided are somewhat dated, I would suggest the filter drawer as a concept. On closing of such a drawer data can refresh according to new filter ...


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I'd guess your goals for the page are: Clearly present the manager with what to do. That means: (a) which team members need to be actioned; and (b) what action needs to be done. Give the manager assurance that other team members are not being forgotten/ignored/left out unintentionally. Since #1 is more important than #2, the layout should be focused ...



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