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In terms a reachability for large displays i agree on your concerns. I also appreciate luke w.'s design video sessions. But here some things which you should consider: Reading direction - Page Scanning I guess i do not have to mention studies here, where it was proven that the point with most attraction/attention is the top left corner. So, if this ...


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We use the standard "Primary" "Secondary" "link elsewhere/escape" for our actions and never use red and green. Reason red and green is never used is because they may place un-intentional emphasis on the wrong things. e.g. We have a button for deleting an item. This is not a common action, yet if we make it red, this is the one thing we're drawn to on the ...


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Do you choose your button colors based on the context/view or need of that screen (to create contrast, importance, etc.), or are you orchestrating it with consistency and without exception throughout the product/site? Both. Because if you're consistent throughout all the product/site design, "that screen" will share the general design of the others, in ...


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There isn't really a need to change the look of the icon, as users experienced with "hamburger" menus know that most of them close the same way that they are opened: by pushing the hamburger button. However, if you really want to change the button icon to help improve the user experience by providing more information to the user, then why not change the ...


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I will first leave this article, taken from WWDC 2014, which discusses Apple's attitude on using hamburger menus: http://blog.manbolo.com/2014/06/30/apple-on-hamburger-menus Here is another article that actually discusses user engagement in a real application that switched to a drawer (aka: hamburger menu) and then promptly switched back when they realized ...


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I see your point and I have to say I'm wondering the same thing since a while ago. I think there is one thing to have in account which is the human interface guidelines for iOS and Android (which are the examples here). In case of iOS, they recommend to place the tap bar dock) at the bottom of the screen and the navigation bar (which applies actions over ...



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