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I've been looking at the same issue for our sites. The pagination patterns I used 10 years ago are pretty awful in mobile. A quick look at some US catalog sites show several different approaches. The simplest version would probably be a display of the number of results, or pages, and a "Load More" button. The trend seems to be stripping away precise ...


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A very common method of displaying numeric results is a number inside of a circle. You will have seen this with iOS notifications and other web applications. A quick mockup of what it could look like: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Something like this is effective at conveying your meaning because it builds ...


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I've seen apps include an affordance for sliding UI by using animations. When the page loads, some or all of the slideable elements move off-screen, maybe by 10% of the screen width, revealing underneath an indication of the action that sliding will achieve, before snapping back into place. If it is subtle and quick, it should not be too annoying that it ...


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Take a look at Reddit's mobile beta website. They do waste quite a bit of space on the left site that could otherwise be used to fill content. But the hierarchy can be seen from a mile away. The lines that connect each reply to its parent is a great idea as scrolling deep lets you track where and what you're reading. Having the ability to fold a reply is ...



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