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I am trying to convert my tablet wireframes into material design UI's and I am confused on a few parts on how to translate some components to material design components. I have looked all over but it's became difficult to find a good resource for tablet not mobile.

Here is my problem:

I am confused on how to translate this into material design for tablet. I saw the component "Stepper", but I am confused on how to start off. The goal of the UX is to do a step-by-step checklist.

If anyone knows of any good resources I can take a look at, that would be great.

closed as off-topic by Devin, SteveD, Mayo, Matt Obee, maxathousand Feb 1 '17 at 14:59

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  • You should add an image or two of what you have done already and what you want to achieve. The question is hard to understand as it is. – locationunknown Feb 1 '17 at 7:10
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You will indeed need to use a stepper, so here is a page to check out. Also, a great example of a Material Design stepper can be found in the Status app for Android. I hope this helps!

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