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Use organizational hierarchy I'm not sure why you need the top bar to be present while the user is in the shop (a modal interaction), but maybe it's real time gameplay or whatever so I'm going to assume you need it there. To figure out visual layout: Go from broadest context to narrowest context. The hierarchy of contexts is roughly: user -> shop -> ...


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I have used Tab for Tab keypress, tabs to represent UI element There are different cases of user interaction here. Jump tabs in sequential order Jump tabs in non-sequential order Visibility of status on next tab expectation Having a Next button at the bottom of every form communicates the upcoming status of the screen. But, when the interaction is ...


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First of all, congrats on asking a very good question and explaining the usability issues in such detailed and logic way. As for your question itself, I think you're perceiving issues with space, element placement and gestures, so here's my take on your problem: 1. Re-arrange Container Elements I'd do this to save space for all other elements while ...


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Make the three options more obvious to the user Have you considered adding a specific screen with the three installation options, each explained in a brief paragraph? This way the user will have a clear idea that three options are available, choose a suitable one, and browse the info (just as you're showing it, without tabs) on the next screen with a "Back" ...


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The tabs are a problem if there ar more then three or for children or when they have long names. What if the parents want to now all the data of all children. In this case they ought to have the possibility to select more then one child. So my sugestion is not to have tabs but to have a checkboxlist like a menu.


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A little bit rough mockup, but I'll try to explain... you basically have one window, with a search/tag input you can search as many students as you want and each student you find has a unique colour, the calendar shows all students events according to their colours. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups


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You want to know whether tabs are a good idea. It's good that you're asking, because they are not. In the Windows UX guidelines, Microsoft asks a series of questions to help developers and designers determine when a tab is the right control. Here's an excerpt: If used for settings, are settings on different pages completely independent? Will changing a ...


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Luckily not! or why would recommend not to make use of well established ui elements like tabs or floating windows? You can't really use bad implementations as reference to roll such guide-lines. Because if you would prevent tabs or floating windows, you are just adding much more inconvenience for your users. And opening real browser tabs? Really? So ...



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