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accepted Introducing menu to select categories in an already cramped mobile UI
Apr
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comment Introducing menu to select categories in an already cramped mobile UI
Nice job! Your solution is very logical and intuitive.
Aug
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comment Introducing menu to select categories in an already cramped mobile UI
Making the follow button smaller is a possibility. My only hesitation is that that region becomes cramped when the user is on an iPhone 4S or lower. The height of that purple area becomes roughly equal to the avatar (the text rearranges to fit the space). Apple recommends (I'll try to find the link) against having more than one button in either corner of the top bar. It's doable though.
Aug
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comment Introducing menu to select categories in an already cramped mobile UI
Interesting suggestion. That never occurred to me. My thought was to locate the stats button near the progress meter. I'll look at the usage analytics to see which button gets the most clicks.
Aug
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asked Introducing menu to select categories in an already cramped mobile UI
Jan
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comment What is the best way to ask/set language preferences without using text?
@JohnGB - No they can contribute in as many languages as they like. It just requires changing the language preference setting. Unfortunately I don't have any data on how common this scenario will be but my assumption is the majority will contribute in a single language and a minority will contribute in multiple.
Jan
7
comment What is the best way to ask/set language preferences without using text?
@JohnGB - the content of the app will be crowd-sourced so even Zulu would be a valid option. The purpose of asking for the users native language is to know what language they will make contributions in. The "learn" language preference is so that we can show the user relevant contributions from other users that speak that language. Make sense?
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
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comment What is the best way to ask/set language preferences without using text?
That's very helpful but only partially addresses the question. There's also the challenge of distinguishing between two different types of language preferences: the users native language and the one they are trying to learn.
Jan
7
asked What is the best way to ask/set language preferences without using text?