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Consider a floating Close button that is anchored to the top right. This is a standard place where users expect to find a modal Close button. By making the button float, you won't force the user to scroll up or down to close. And, that gives you space to anchor a more action-oriented primary button to the bottom of the screen. Be sure to make the button easy ...


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If there is no further content that can be accessed from within this modal, I would suggest placing your button at the bottom of the screen. Users will naturally look to return to what they were doing previously and the biggest target you can provide is a button in a logical location. Perhaps changing the copy of the button to something more casual, like &...


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Hye again Joel, I believe what you have here is close to a 'super app' design and I am a frequent user of one. It is common in super app home screen design to be sectioned into what you already have in your sketch. Home Screen Top section: Ads/ Banner Mid section: Top priority actions. However, some apps do cramped a lot of shortcut buttons here, and at ...


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I'd say because landscape is likely more appropriate for the content displayed in most apps for kids. Portrait Mode is generally used to display lists of things, or long text passages, because you can fit many items onto the screen. For example, when browsing Amazon in portrait mode, I can fit ~5 items onto the screen, whereas in landscape mode, I can fit ...


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Password change should be under Settings. You can merge settings and privacy and keep those content together. It will be easier for the user to look for password change.


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I don't know why I see so many old questions, but I'd like to answer this anyway. Some questions you should ask yourself for each piece of content. If you answer at least one with yes, this strongly hints that you should use the browser instead of the webview. Should users notice they leave the Apps context? Will users want to share this piece of information?...


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We can't avoid using links in mobile apps. If links should be underlined in mobile apps? Think about it - why we usually underline the links in website? One of the reason is to be accessible to people who can’t identify colors. Mostly we will give the text another color when it’s a link. But sometimes an achromatopsia sufferer can not tell the difference ...


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Although your post does make some mention of "button vs link", I don't think that is actually part of the question, so I will not talk about that area. I will assume you are happy to use links and you just want to know if they should be underlined. However, I will say that having many buttons is not a reason to not use them. If it's looking ...


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