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About the UX: Keep it consistent. If a user is viewing the desktop version on a macbook it should be the same experience as on an iMac or larger display. If you're on a larger display, look at this site for some inspiration about the navigation drawer. https://www.google.com/design/spec/material-design/introduction.html Also, keep in mind, pinch to zoom ...


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I would invoke the UX classic 'Fitts's Law' here. While not the perfect rule in situations like this, it is a good concept to consider. Basically - it'll take the user longer to get the cursor over to the menu, and longer to notice the page has been updated having selected an option the further the menu is from the main content (where they are likely ...



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