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Case 1: deep photo insight It seems that your users really have to take a deep look at the photos, which is the main reason why the shots are hi-res. If I'm not wrong on this point, I would suggest that clicking/tapping on a pin would navigate the user to a new page, here's why: more screen real-estate: hiding the map and giving the user a real new page ...


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With the information that you provide, I think one of the best options is the combination of one and two. When the user hovers over the icon, a small picture appears, but also add a link text above or below the picture telling the user that there is a better, bigger and more detailed picture. The picture that should appear when the user hovers shouldn't be ...


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As a user, I've seen apps marking address as a hyperlink which launches Maps app. If you take a closer look at iOS Mail app or Messages app, if someone sends you a location, it is simply underlined. I don't understand why it should be any different that a link. It's a hyperlink to launching another app, if you think about it.


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i haven't though setting up a usera or amazon mechnical turk will get you the results you want quickly. You can just show them the google map icon (the droplet thing) and ask them to type in a box what they think it is. or put 4 icons up and tell them to click the one they think would open the map. i would assume something like this would do better than ...


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Will the geo data for all users be pulled in a batch every 5 minutes? If so you could probably do away with the (potentially confusing) changing avatars, and simply put something on the top or bottom of the screen advising the user of the time since the last refresh - You might even give the user the ability to 'force' a refresh of the data. If you were ...



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