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Question and answers here are old, but the challenges when it comes to some kind of multi level mobile navigation are timeless. The most obvious choice is the NavigationDrawer (left sliding menu). It’s the prefered pattern if you have really complex and feature rich structure from the beginning. Another scenario is when you are just starting and need the ...


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Radio buttons with all 3 options This is a very common scenario, and many sites use either select or radio buttons interchangeably. However, it's recommended to have all options visible at all times, not to mention radio buttons take only one click, while select requires click-->travel-->select If possible, use radio buttons rather than drop-down ...


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I would do the following: Either go with radio buttons or a segmented control to really show that this is a multiple choice - single answer question. Of course you can style them so they look something like this. Put the labels for the icons (BIKE and CAR) below the icons, but inside the circle (or whatever you end up using). Increase the font size and ...


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This is normally done something like this... "More..." so you can just use three dots as an icon. ... This is now how iOS does it, too.


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Nick Butcher, a Google Design/Development Advocate, has addressed this in this presentation: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+NickButcher/albums/5981768132040708401/5981768199164803938?pid=5981768199164803938&oid=118292708268361843293 : "Selecting a section in the drawer should reset your task back stack". Also, the reason why the back button does ...


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Not sure the use case for this. what are the tabs? what does the app do? I think perhaps there is a way to prompt your users to move to the next tab without auto-moving to the it. The issue is it's an action that the user can not undo, if i'm scrolled at the bottom of a long list, then auto moved to another list...i just lost my place. Also it's not a ...



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