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You could possibly refrain from using the according all together like shown in the image. A fixed sidebar with provision to scroll the main items (the arrows at the top and bottom). On clicking the items, you could show a content area beside it showing all the contents that you had planned to display inside your accordion. The users should be able to ...


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Simply make the bar 100% height. If you have 12 icons you can just-about-get-away-with-though-I-shouldn't-recommend-it making them expand to fill the available screen space. 1/12th of a 4 inch screen (75% of current users have 4+ inch, and that includes somewhat older phones) gives you 7.33²mm squares. Windows Phone recommends to use 7²mm squares but ...


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The vertical icons idea is fine, but you need to take care of an indicator showing that there are more icons hidden below the fold. Here are some possible solutions: Use semi transparent gradient on the bottom of icons list Position the icons so that last one is cropped in the viewport When user opens the app, auto scroll the icons list from the bottom to ...


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If that's a responsive design, you will probably move the sidebar into a collapsed panel. In such case, tabs or accordion in the rightside content area are actually a better idea than trying to fit them into the sidebar. Consider such flow: User opens sidebar User chooses object Sidebar is automaticaly collapsed User sees the chosen object and already ...



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