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Questions relating to mobile computing devices, such as cell phones, tablets, and e-readers. Includes consideration for both small screen size as well as the mobile and "always on" nature of the devices.

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I wouldn't opt for any of presented options. Two latter fall out of question, because CTA is too far and detached from the action it submits. First option has a doubled CTA, and doubling essential c …
answered Dec 11 '14 by Zoe K
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I think this kind of abnormality points to a subjective, emotional problem rather than objective one. At some point users see something in the app that literally appalls them. For UX issue to cause su …
answered Sep 24 '15 by Zoe K
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To save some space on scrolling I'd suggest using an even thumbnails grid if the images are of same size or a "magazine layout" (think Pinterest gridlike mobile layout) for images of varied length …
answered Dec 25 '15 by Zoe K
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Regarding the smooth transition to the browser, the way this is done in iOS apps: there is an exit icon next to the relevant information or on a functional panel, tapping it gets user a little toast d …
answered Dec 29 '15 by Zoe K
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You could translate hover into mobile tap-and-hold: Pinterest mobile team has developed a tap-and-hold popup menu for iOS app that works like hover for mobile. http://www.cnet.com/news/pinterest-adds-animated-pinning-shortcut-to-ios-app/ …
answered Nov 29 '15 by Zoe K
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Replace all short (>=5) lists in comboboxes with button ranges, as explained here https://uxdesign.cc/design-better-forms-96fadca0f49c Yes, having a precise entry input form is a good idea. Conside …
answered Jul 16 '16 by Zoe K