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i use this style for display a tree and uses a breadcrumb to show my path you can see here AndroidBreadcrumb On github


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TL;DR Disregard the popup dialog. Put this somewhere in user sign-up/registration. Just to elaborate on the idea of popping up dialog may obstruct your user's goal. This is true. And you can handle this in two steps. You can make something like this in your "Terms & Condition": By using this app, user agrees to all of the following: blablabla ...


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instead of showing all the controls at the same time you could have a view mode only with justlabels and visuals, when the play selects one of the panels it becomes editable and the controls appear


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If you're designing a system for a commercial organisation, it is likely that you will have to include a way to ensure the user accepts the terms & conditions, privacy policy, and maybe other legal stuff as well. Depending on the director / legal advisor / whoever signs it off, the interpretation of how this should be displayed is going to differ, and ...


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Im not sure you can do that, but can you in the appstore/play store make the user agree to the terms just by installing the application? because reading legal text is distracting to most users because they wont read it anyways and just scroll to the accept button as fast as possible, so why even include it at the first place? make an "about" tab where you ...


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Nobody installs an app because they want to read the privacy policy. Your users have goals. Help them accomplish their goals. Don't get in their way. Instead, provide a link in an unobtrusive location. If you try to force users to stop their productive train of thought in order to read your legal text, they’ll either find a way to close it without reading, ...


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In android there's always the long-press gesture, the swipe in android is mostly used as a direct delete function. Perhaps you should read the guidelines for each platform first as this will explain the expected behaviour a user would have on said platform :-)


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not sure if it's what you meant but it seems like the client pretty much wants the whole sitemap on the navigation. one problem is there might be too much scrolling and the user will be overwhelmed every time they want to navigate the app and they will have to look thru all the links each time. this however depends on the size of the app. maybe the best ...


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Just remember Material Design is a set of GUIDELINES, you don't need to follow them to the A. As a matter of fact, in some specific cases many designers and developers (me included) do the EXACT OPPOSITE to what Material Design guidelines suggests. A common example is buttons statuses, there's a lot of discussion on how is Material button's approach correct, ...


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Show a popup or may be a fragment on the bottom with seekbar when user selects an item from list item. It should not be part of view pager. Something like this


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If you want to keep it conversational you could try to make one sentence out of it with a Natural Language form: http://tympanus.net/Tutorials/NaturalLanguageForm/ Something like: This reminder will repeat on the | 1st | | day | of | every | | month |. You could combine this with javascript to enable conditional extra options to make it work.



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