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I have seen some apps use a brief animation that slides over, partly revealing the hidden feature, and then slides back to notify the user of the hidden features. This could be done upon first load or when a user taps on one of the list items. Previews like this avoid the interruption of a pop-up while telling the user that there are hidden features. As well,...


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Try these two simple icons. It is good to have text label on both theicons.


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Looking at Google (here's your example of a contemporary website still using it), it makes sense for search results to see which pages you have visited in search for that one page giving the right information. What I think (sorry no hard data here) is that the pattern of using blue and purple on text links with an underline is the only pattern that works. ...


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Many apps opt to keep the swiping as a discoverability feature, because they rely on their target audience figuring things out on their own. But, not every group will do that, and generally the older they get, the less likely they will trial and error their way through an application. As you mentioned there are multiple ways to figure out what your users ...


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It depends on what the business requirements are. If it is important for them to highlight the events then you should come up with a solution that proves efficient and that is the way you can convince them to adopt it. Here is an alternative idea.


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Welcome to ux.stackexchange @Rajesh! An equally important part of the interaction design process is lending out an ear to the customer or client requirements and interpreting them correctly. Their persistence to continue the carousel based approach could hint at the requirement of making the events/programs visible from the word go, rather than pushing them ...


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Sure, you can tell users the feature exists - in a place where showing it's available is relevant. Changing pincode usually resides somewhere in settings, so show it's available within the settings page overview. If it's something that's rarely used - make sure you adhere to that hierarchy and don't place it at the top. This way you're not hiding its ...


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What I found often, is that most problems originate when people try to model physical reality of world around us with using slightly or even completely different model. Every event happens on a timeline. So, let's see what we can do about your particular problem. You have two set of events Timeline Events (rehab events) TODO items (more important?) I ...


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