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Mobile experiences are, almost by definition, brief and focused. The concept of a dashboard is a great one for this type of data, and your parallel to a fitness app here is actually quite a good one. I'd do some research on mobile fitness app card design and see if you find something that sparks some ideas. For my money, I'd go after something like the ...


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I have been trying going through some discussions regarding when and how to implement navigation within a 'dashboard' like page, so here are some of the considerations we have taken into account, which will hopefully help you come up with the right answer: Length of page: this is where the top nav is good for long pages, as the side nav takes up room down ...


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I prefer to reserve the top-menu for the highest-level interactions. Things like: getting to the 'home' of the website, switching to a totally different workflow, accessing the user profile, etc. These activities are less-common, and users will intuitively scan the very top of the page for these higher-level activities. The side-menu can be more useful for ...



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