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Another approach which you can take is your each item is section, layout in horizontal manner. On selecting each section you can layout your list below it in vertical list.


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The question is framing the situation well, and I can come up with two different possible solutions. One of them is shown below as I'll explain and the other one is a bit different version of the same solution, so that you may alternatively develop a version of the solution provided here. Basically, you should indent subItems in contrast to Items and it ...


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I think the chevrons make it quite clear that each item is expandable and they do so without making the screen look too crowded, in my opinion. However, I do think that you should ditch the chevrons next to the items in the expanded menu, in favor of some smaller arrows or filled in triangles pointing to the right or something. Having very similar icons for ...


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From what I understand of your comments, the number of items to pick up is displayed in step 3. They will need to enter a new number only if for some reasons they didn't pick up the right number (maybe there were not enough items). I would keep the large button with the number of items to pick up so the user can click on it to confirm they picked the right ...


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As soon as the user arrives at the third screen you can have a UIAlertController with a text field asking the user to enter the quantity. As soon as they do then they can tap the "pick x amount" button. The reason I am suggesting this and not having a UITextField below the button both being active at the same time is that your button is large and tempting ...


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I think it needs a progress tracker. It doesn't have to be horizontal. It can go vertical given that it is a mobile application. What Are Progress Trackers? Progress trackers (or progress indicators) display progress through a sequence by breaking it up into multiple logical and numbered steps. They guide the user through a number of steps in order to ...


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