I'm building an iOS application aiming to let user create meetings and wait for some participants.
Basically, when the user is on the meetings list page, he can click to open a specific one.
In standard terms, it's the "show" screen.
The screen currently looks like this:
When clicking on the "Actions" button, it opens a standard iPhone menu like this:
(from Google, not related to my app)
Note that this "popup" overlaps the tabs at the very bottom, that is expected.
At first glance, it sounds great, but the particularity of my app is that the tabs at the bottom are pretty large (original design for them).
May it affect the UX to have the action button and tabs too close to each other?
Moreover, may it confuse the user since the tabs are kind of actions too..though different?
An alternative would be this kind of design:
Sounds great too, but a lambda user might guess that the Actions would be related to the meeting's schedule, since they are close to it.
What could be the most appropriate position for the "Actions" button?
Should I keep the first design, keeping the standard well known iPhone design?
(I forgot the obvious top-left "back" button, in order to return to the meetings list, but it doesn't matter for this OP ;))