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If you have troubles integrating a desktop component on mobile, the best solution would be to change the component to a specific mobile one. In your case you can change the 'map with directions' with a button/map that launches on tap google maps directly with the navigation predefined. You can also detect the type of phone and change gmaps with apple, ...


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I would try to keep content architecture similar on all platforms. There will need to be some adjustment of content, especially when you can use two to three columns on a desktop site and will likely use one column with a mobile layout, but generally try to keep site architecture consistent. There are special design considerations for mobile, for example you ...


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You are thinking from the user experience. But perhaps over thinking. The user will want a mobile design on the phone and a desktop design at home. Users will search for the info they are looking for, and good ux makes that search easier. By predicting their behavior correctly, they will judge your interface as intuitive. You asked about best practices... ...


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You have a problem in your hands, and although there could be many possible solutions, in my opinion, there is only one that would really work. Reorganize the information/questions so they can be fitted on A4 pages. We can not tell you how to redesign the form because we do not know the contents, but what we know is that the people who has to fill the form ...


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I was thinking of showing the scrollbar when entering the screen and letting it fade. (Just like when you scroll and let go) It is THE scroll indicator. It may be a problem it is time based... so the information will disappear over time... (Whoops... you are talking about the scrollbar being turned off... well maybe interesting for others)


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A lot of these are very subjective and depend on your audience, and your offering. Regarding social media, I am turned off by the "NASCAR effect" of having every badge for every site on every page. It's obvious that it's a shot in the dark, and they should know better, that nobody will DIGG their contact page. On the flip side, some restraint is noticeable ...


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Honestly, you're going to struggle to get this done in a static Excel file. The first time you email it out, you've got as many copies as you have collaborators. It instantly loses its value and becomes an organizational nightmare. If you can, think about moving into better platforms for collaboration. We use a combination of Google Docs, Google ...



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