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What I would suggest is show a skewed, isometric view of the entire building to the user and let the user drag/slide a slider to the desired floor (ref. Image 1). A tooltip may slide along with the slider to indicate which floor is currently selected. Once the user stops sliding, this tooltip can transform into a confirm button to confirm selected floor. ...


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Great question. This won't be a definitive answer by any means, but here are a few key things I would keep in mind. Note that some of what I'm about to say has already been covered very well in the following two articles: How Should Your Mobile and Desktop Sites Differ? Your Content, Now Mobile Which information should be left on the map? Short answer: ...


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As a phone is an "smart" device I would expect that there would be a better UX than mapping a static paper/digital map into phone format. I would approach design from a goal driven point of view e.g. A fire escape plan has key information if there is fire, but this information is just ancillary. The goal is to get out of building safely and as quickly as ...



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