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Best practice for scroll bars in a browser on iPad

How about using a multi-step form? It looks like you're essentially already doing this, just with an accordion. Source - Omkar Bailkeri This would ensure the user always knew they could scroll (gotta ...
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iPad walkthrough screens have too much whitespace

The problem I'm seeing is that your CTA button is so far away from the icon and headline that they don't seem related. Move the "Get Started" button close to the "Scan bar code" and you should ...
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Best practice for scroll bars in a browser on iPad

Two options come to mind for me. To enforce the visual effect of content being available behind this 'wall', you could work with borders and/or shadows. This is also a rather common way of showing ...
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Making the hamburger menu static is a good practice?

If I understand the question, the answer is that it depends on the content you're trying to display. What it sounds like you're describing is a split view. [ This is a standard iPad pattern and it ...
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Does a consistent size matter for a collection of buttons

My instincts say "let them have organic sizes." This has one major reason, namely that it is easier for the eye to track things of different sizes and find them again when going back over the same ...
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Affordance to encourage tablet user to touch textbox (to get onscreen keyboard) on touchscreen?

First of all—sorry for correcting—but what you're looking for is a signifier, not an affordance. An affordance is a "relationship" a user can have with an object, a signifier is the "signal". So, what ...
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Need suggestions to make the ipad application sections easier for the user

For iPad App it would be best to use the Operating Systems default language for your application, because that option is chosen by the user while setting up his device (This logic works best when ...
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Best practice for multi-level menu in iOS / iPad

A Material Design execution of a multi level accordion menu can be found on the Polymer Project site (mobile view). https://www.polymer-project.org/ If it's any more complicated than that, then you ...
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Popover Menu with Only One Item, but Potentially Two

Well, this is a classic conditional scenario. Since showing not available options (even if grayed out) isn't good UX, and you only have 2 posible options, I'd simply recommend to display this based on ...
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Best practice for scroll bars in a browser on iPad

You could add a notification that appears after a short amount of time when the users are not moving anymore which indicates that there is more content to be discovered. Many websites use this pattern,...
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Reply screen design / element placement for tablet app

The image is a bit large, but this may be a design guideline. I think there are more important structuring and design problems. The most obvious: Problem: There's no clear difference between the ...
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How to display a product's multiple price with a better UX?

Consider using a 'From' price, and providing a way of viewing all pricing options A user interested in a Cobb Salad could click to see all prices, and add their choice directly from a modal overlay. ...
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Best practice for multi-level menu in iOS / iPad

There are some examples of using custom controls for the menu. One of these can be Feedly where – although related to content this time – sublevels are presented as a dropdown, and the menu is scroll-...
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At what percentage of platform usage should I design the specific experience for?

If I were you, I would like to know why it's primarily used on the iPhone and not the iPad. Is it because your users use the app on the go and they don't carry around their iPad? Or is it because the ...
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How do I handle errors in a children's application?

It sounds like you might have some good ideas for getting the parents' attention (though unbidden loud sounds might be a little shocking). However it seems more than likely that the parent will not ...
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Does a consistent size matter for a collection of buttons

Well, you could have an option 3: make all buttons the same size, where size equals the necessary space to accomodate the longest label. Alternatively, you could try to find some shorter labels as ...
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What would be an optimal control to use in order to collect an expiry date for a card (not credit) on iOS (iPad)

Well, you could simply scan the card in iOS8+. As for optimal, I think it will depend on testing. As someone that uses an iPad for almost anything, I'd say "use a spinner". However, a quick research ...
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Should scrollable block elements be used with mobile devices?

I would go for the long page display. By introducing a scrollable container, you are opposing the interaction nature of mobile device (which is to scroll content). From here on, I'm going to refer the ...
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Should scrollable block elements be used with mobile devices?

Use a scrollable block section, with a clear difference between that segment and the page (background color) and have a separate scroll bar for that. This would work on tablets as they are wide enough ...
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Message and button labels in iOS Alert view

I always feel it's confusing to have 'Cancel' button to cancel a 'Cancel' action. "Continue editing" might sound better. BTW, Apple's guideline also recommends to use red color for destructive ...
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