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The admin/building and the preview interfaces will either be displayed and visible simultaneously or alternatively. Displaying them simultaneously : pros : very user friendly, no need for navigation, possibility to implement a real-time refresh as the user changes something in the admin/building interface cons : smaller interfaces because the interface ...


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Non of the above... There is nothing more frustrating than a site deciding to downgrade you to a different view, just because the designer decide to make 2 (or 3) versions of the site. Clicking the "request desktop version" after every link (e.g. LinkedIn mobile site) is extremely annoying and some sites even have different URLs altogether for the mobile ...


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It doesn't matter which size you use on the 7 inch device as long as you provide an easy way to switch between the different versions. Nothing is worse than being stuck on an "optimized" version of a page because the server is totally sure you need to have that on your device. Also reduced feature set for the mobile version is a big no, you can reduce ...


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Screen size doesn't matter, at all. What matters is screen resolution which is almost independent of screen size. Back in tha days I had a 15" monitor with the astonishing 600 by 480 pixels. Imagine that on your 7" tablet and people would laugh. So what you do is determin layout based an screen width. If screen width is 1024 px wide and more: use desktop ...


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This is a good question. In the sense that its the context that defines everything here. Since you have mentioned its a dating site, the numbers of users using the site is expected to be considerably high and also there would be a lot of activity on the site as well (consider the slide movements, occasionally text input, sorting, filtering, and so on.. ). ...


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From my perspective, 7" tablets are like a really big phone. I've never been a fan to be honest because they're too small to be as functional as a tablet and too big to be as portable as a phone. That being said, they are very relevant for some people so my recommendation, as I basically stated at the top, would be to use your phone site for 7" tablets. This ...


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Although the usage of bottom bars is encouraged, it doesn't seem like you would need them for your application. A 'plus' icon at the top right would serve as an add button. A delete could be implemented by swiping the item to the side. You could replace the more button in the image below to share instead. You could always display a short tutorial to ...


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According to Apple's official iOS Human Interface Guidelines, page 147, "A toolbar always appears at the bottom edge of a screen or view on an iPhone". Therefore, I would recommend following their recommendations.



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