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Your Tabs Bar look like all iPhone apps did in the past (Without judging). Meanwhile, however, more and more deviate from that approach. Best example: Facebook. The following screenshot was taken right now. The tab bar works pretty good and it also looks appealing. And it has exactly 6 items, so maybe this will work for you, too. You can assume that ...


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you are adding an extra step in order to allow the user to view more menu items. if your menu items can be differentiated and grouped, i guess you could use another design element to trigger menu 2, but why not make that bottom menu scrollable horizontally?


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the gradients..yeah, keep solid colors instead. for the equipment screen, those blocks need padding inside and force the text after the 3 bars to flow into the next line, that 'cat' coming in at the end and then continuing onto the next line is a little bit messy. perhaps the font sizes on the desktop can be bumped up? i also think it would be good to make ...


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Well as you might notice with this specific issue, there is no enough space to show all desirable values within provided screen. So as making them prioritized, you should also consider displaying a visually consistent interface. To achieve this beyond having a simple look, you'd better not to use any gradient color other than pointing out an action within ...


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If I understand your questions correctly you would like to add more navigation menu items, on the bottom navigation bar in your app, than is possible (visual). What we did in a concept was: - Show 4 (most used) items in the bottom navigation bar - The fifth item was a hamburger or submenu (the 3 dots) with the title 'More' on the most right side of the ...


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This is widely used feature and recently I've taken feedback from my beta users and they are quite comfortable with it, but at the same time it also depends on the feature for which it is being used. Like for an example in your case it is country selection and everyone might not remember all country name or during typing they might forget it, it is better ...


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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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In 2018, a mobile webpage should be no larger than 500 KB. This recommendation is based on a widely cited marketing report (web|pdf) from Google "Find Out How You Stack Up to New Industry Benchmarks for Mobile Page Speed" (2017, Daniel An), which marks 500 KB as a "best practice". It is unclear from the article exactly how this number was derived, but I ...


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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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Aside from the alignment issues with the country and the "x", If I wanted to remove a country, it would be quite a small tap target, specially with older smaller resolution phones. The adding seems fine, perhaps play with bigger tag size height with a bigger "x"?


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Maybe you could ask them for a zip code or city or something like that?


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I'd say its good to be up-front with users and actually talk about location. Context Most "mapping" apps are owned by the device maker eg Apple Maps, Google Maps and you give them access in the device TOS. So in those cases they don't ask for permissions. However, newly installed 3rd party apps on current versions of iOS (13) & Android (10) are ...


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This is a good question but I am afraid the answers are going to be opinionated. My answer is based on my experiences with various apps. When a two-step exit is helpful On feed-based apps that don't/can't retain the current scroll position 9gag is actually a funny example as it does retain the scroll position. So, an accidental exit isn't as detrimental. ...


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For web, good breakpoint is the container's borders. E-mail should be truncated and ellipsis should be shown. If you want to provide more visibility, provide tooltip to this truncated text when hovered. If you want people to copy it, provide 'Copy' button when email is hovered. For mobile, provide same method but this time it's good to make email actionable....


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