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For questions about the mechanisms you can use to help people find their way around your application or web site.

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For a number of reasons, having a number of main nav dropdown menus in the top bar isn't feasible. I'm considering making a master site navigation dropdown by clicking a down arrow right next to the …
asked Mar 12 '13 by JClaussFTW
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I am designing a mobile app in which there is at least one multi-step process. Throughout the app, I want the back button to mean back one step, but not up a level in information hierarchy. During th …
asked May 2 '16 by JClaussFTW
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I have always found the bottom nav bar to be one of the worst UI conventions in common practice, as it is a violation of information hierarchy. Of course, the hamburger menu is also universally hated, …
asked Apr 13 '16 by JClaussFTW