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I would call it a tile layout or grid layout, pretty generic. How it is can be implemented depends on technology you are going to use. If it is a web application that is accessed via browsers - HTML/CSS/Javascript(jQuery). Or you can use PhoneGap to make your HTML app look like a mobile app. If you are going to create a native Android app - you will have ...


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So the interface style is called METRO. The METRO style was made popular by Microsoft in Windows 8, that's where the flat, square styling comes from. As far as the the cross turning into an X, this can be achieved by either JS or CSS. Honestly the CSS route is easier. You can create a holding two other s that are a specific size and color. Then to ...


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I would not recommend this approach. The whole point of responsive design is to avoid having to create multiple versions of the same page. There are many reasons why refreshing the page on a breakpoint will prove problematic: Maintainability - you as a developer will have to maintain two separate pages for each page, making sure when you update the ...


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I think your layout approach is a common one, therefore usability issues would be minimum. Alternatively, you could nest the sub links inside the off-canvas menu too. This navigation layout gives the user a complete view of the site hierarchy and user can reach their destination with lesser clicks. download bmml source – Wireframes created with ...



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