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Not sure if it's possible but the ideal way would be to alter the interface depending on the orientation: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups


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Forcing the user to use their device in a certain way, based on your subjective opinion of what is best, is a rude design. Any usability gain that comes from landscape mode will be more than offset by the bad will generated by taking control away from the user. Philosophically, this is just a bad idea, apart from any concrete consequences. And there will ...


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I believe there are two different situations here, User is not logged in ---> Very important User is logged in, and wants access or change information ---> Less important When your user is not logged in yet, focus on trust, benefits & login: Show them they are on the right side (Logo & brand-coloured top bar) Give them an easy way to log in ...


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It is still important on a mobile site for it to be clear to the user what site they are on. If you look at the mobile version of any major site, you will see that they all still display the site name at the top. As far as screen real estate goes, it doesn't have to be big. And it is fine if it doesn't stay visible once you start scrolling down the page. ...


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You have pointed out two clear negatives to this design: It will be unfamiliar to users. They might confuse the page navigation with app functionality. It will be right next to the app controls, possibly making it difficult to tap on the site navigation and the app navigation. Another issue I see: Problems if content doesn't fit on the screen. When ...


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Booking.com has now published new results from their own A/B testing concerning the hamburger menu. They already use a hamburger menu and replaced this in a test with a new Icon explicitly stating [Menu]. We ran that experiment against our whole user base, and given the prominence and omnipresence of this UI element, it didn't take long for this change ...


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It's a tough one. I agree with you though, this is a necessary feature, especially in a world with such difference between people and ISPs. I'd take inspiration from the recent European Union cookie laws (if you're not familiar: websited must obtain permission before setting cookies or have an easily accessible policy). Most websites now seem to implement ...



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