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In the image below, Facebook uses the hamburger menu on the far right within the bottom navigation as another option.


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You can have upto 5 buttons on the bottom bar. Unless it is really needed, you may try sticking to either one - preferably the bottom nav bar because of visibility and ease.


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As an individual user and a developer, I expect my click's effect to occur at the closest possible area to the button/item. Since the main idea behind the action should be realizable by the observer (otherwise it wouldn't count an experience if the user can't follow the rest of the events fired), it's preferable to keep the action(s) user's insight. So ...


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Let's try to analyze each separate concern: Is having this many columns too cluttered? Instead of starting with that question, I'd start by asking if users will have enough space to do theirs task comfortably in the "details" space. While you can always assure them that, the clutter is less of an issue. But I see that you'd need to place 4 columns, ...


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If I understand correctly, the popup should be on top of the new data entry page, like a tutorial IMO - quick mockup for reference.


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I found it tempting to search just because I surprised why I didn't ran into the samples with the sidebar navigation mostly on iOS. After I reviewed a bit, I assume that is probably (the idea behind it described below besides this) because Apple even makes the explanation of Navigation Bars covering landscape only. That made me think of the possible known ...


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So my question is, Is it ok to have the menu item changing with a selection in the site? Even your question doesn't contain the restrictions for the case(s) to be evaluated within "to be ok", I understand with your question as the cases followed below, 1. As a user experience design practice Changing the context which is passed and experienced before by ...


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