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According to interaction-design.org: Content in any digital page layout will follow a specific hierarchy. Headers appear above body text. Menus go at the top, bottom, left, or right of the screen (or any combination of these). Designers try to organize content so that they present the highest priority content on any given page first. Then, they ...


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Consider these 2 thoughts: A) Many users will have a wide screen monitor. So for them the horizontal space is not really an issue. Instead the vertical space is where the premium is at. B) Secondly, your side menu can easily collapse or slide in/out, thus effectively saving you the horizontal space you are concerned about.


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To explain the restriction issue: A lot of this depends on the device. Normally, responsive styling uses the width of the screen to set the width and layout of the page. This should mean that, when a device is rotated, the change in screen width between the portrait and landscape orientations triggers different layouts. However, some devices declare their ...


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This seems like a case where you could employ progressive disclosure to hide some of the elements until they're needed. For instance, you could hide the filter controls by default, revealing them when users make the decision to "filter." (Usually that decision is represented by a button or dropdown control.) download bmml source – Wireframes ...


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Stop using "user-scalable=no". Period. In the last 6 years, I cannot count the times that I've had to put away the iPhone and go to a desktop computer to examine something on a website because it simply wasn't visible and there was no way to increase its size because of this particular meta-tag. This is far and away the most useless tag. I wish it had ...


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The way that most desktop sites appear on mobile means that making the text size larger isn't going to be quite as helpful as you might like and may break the layout - potentially making the experience even worse. From an ecommerce point of view, my suggestion would be to have another look at your Google Analytics and see where in the funnel most of your ...


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Here are three examples based on what you want. I believe these are more user-friendly. However, whenever you are developing new ways, test it and if your target users like it. Then you have solved the problem. I have read that Hamburger menu increases conversion rate as for secondary menu, you can either combine them into the hamburger menu as below : ...



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