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Jun
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answered Best way to show Feeds on mobile with 5 fields of data
Jun
11
answered Mobile: Text Field Hint best practices
Aug
8
revised Designing a country/government
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Aug
8
asked Designing a country/government
Aug
2
answered What would be the best actions to attach to an Android phone's buttons when I don't really need them?
Aug
2
answered Icon position in side menu left or right
Jul
22
comment How to show 3 locations as one?
But this is not a case :) Add/remove location is in new activity which is trigerred by click in location textfield. My problem is more about how to show locations informations when user choose maximum number of it. (3)
Jul
22
comment How to show 3 locations as one?
Thnx, but then user do not see information about locations which he choosed. He must to remember it.
Jul
22
revised How to show 3 locations as one?
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Jul
22
asked How to show 3 locations as one?
Jul
15
comment What's the best way to view details if touch gesture is used for something else?
If you really need to have "Next" button to confirm, please consider to place it at a bottom of the screen - it will be much more easy to tap, and made your top ActionBar clear from navigating options.
Jul
15
comment What's the best way to view details if touch gesture is used for something else?
Ok. Mobile app structure is ideally for multistep. You want user choose a location and then click "Next" button - it's more web behavior for me. Why just let user choose and automatically move him/her to next step (next screen)??
Jul
12
comment What's the best way to view details if touch gesture is used for something else?
NEXT - is navigatin, but DONE/SEND - is action. iOS have very different UI patterns and Different Guidelines. It is impossible to do good Android app by just taking from iOS UX. Please read Android Design Guidelines and everything will be clear.
Jul
12
answered How to present multiple options
Jul
12
comment What's the best way to view details if touch gesture is used for something else?
If I've to choose, Solution nr 2 is much easy to learn and more intuitive for Android users. Especially in light of Android Design Guidlines
Jul
12
revised Submenu or second nav bar?
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Jul
12
awarded  Custodian
Jul
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Status feedback problem
Jul
12
answered Submenu or second nav bar?
Jul
12
revised What's the best way to view details if touch gesture is used for something else?
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