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I think with this many menu options the "hamburger menu" would be a good way to go. A lot of users know this approach from big sites and apps like Facebook. It is an easy way to give your users all menu options while saving a lot of screen real estate for your content when your navigation doesn't need to be visible. If your 1st level categories are just ...


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Since the infinitely scrollable page has no real world parallel, perhaps the function of the back button can exist without a real world metaphor. Imagine that you have been scrolling down an infinite page, pausing for some parts and zipping past others. Now imagine that you tap the back button. What is your intention? too jump back up to the most ...


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You could remove the link from the site name and leave the dashboard link. Linking the site name / logo is a common way for users to get back to the homepage, but you don't have to do it — especially if it's an internal website. Or you could keep it as is.


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That pattern is a good start, both accessing a hymn by number or via a few words from its title or any of its verses. I would also suggest that include a "favorites list" and maybe something to facilitate pre-service preparation. By that, I mean that prior to a service beginning, a user could enter all of the hymns for the up coming service, then operate ...


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The wireframe you have provided (with an arrow on the right of the text) to show that that particular level has sub sections in the same level could be changed. Move the arrow on the right to the left of the button before the text with a few pixels of padding. This is a very standard tree organization approach.


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Keep DRY With categorical information, you do not necessarily have to show the category label repeatedly. Use proximity to group the category and subject. My guess based on your img your users are very savvy and will recognize icons. Leverage them to save space. This way even if things are three or four levels deep you can still relate them with {icon} / ...


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If the logo is inline with the other navigation (and is on the left), I think an additional 'Home' button is not required. (Example: http://stackexchange.com) [Logo][About Us][General Information] If the logo is not inline with the other navigation (e.g. above the navigation bar), I think a home button is useful. (Example: http://www.copyright.gov/) ...



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