I like the interface design a Lyric a lot. It's designed mobile/tablet first, and has a lot of big, clear buttons that make navigation easy.
However, one thing that I've been wondering about is how they have two primary navigation menus on all pages. This does break up the total number of list options, but still, I count 14 different menu items in both the black & white menus. That's way more than 7+/-2 rule, and I'm wondering if there is a pattern or best practice describes this.
If anyone has any evidence-based UX research on this, that would be incredibly helpful also.
Thanks much in advance!