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You can design it so that the next screen always slides in over the current one (your choice how), leaving a small part of the 1st screen uncovered so that the user can realise that the 2nd screen is really a secondary screen and he needs to get back to the 1st one in order to continue (use back, slide, up etc.) You can give up overlay for pushing content ...


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Staged disclosure What you are describing seems to fit mostly with a staged disclosure as described by by Jakob Nielsen Staged disclosure is useful when you can divide a task into distinct steps that have little interaction. It is problematic when the steps are interdependent and users must alternate between them. source: Progressive Disclosure ...



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