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I opted to make the navigation more attune to the menu icons at the top of the page. The user can't scroll down now and they must click a button to scroll. This is better because they have one area at the top of the screen to pay attention to. Before I think part of the issue was the user had to exchange attention between the buttons at the top of the screen ...


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My recommendation here is to have that left side as an overlay part over the layout and not as 2 tables. This will allow you to slide it to the left and animate it without adapting the whole layout again. You can add a smooth animation too after doing this. I hope this helps :)


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Even when there will never be elements or content out of bounds. You can never know that, right? How big an element really is depends on the users setting of font sizes, accessibility settings, margin/paddings, line spacing, screen resolution and physical screen size, how much space the title-bar or task bar takes up and probably some other settings. ...


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When in doubt ... check what the OS itself does. From a quick experiment, 95% of the screens support vertical scrolling, even when it doesn't really make sense when purely looking at the content. This may be a consequence of the ubiquitousness of UITableViewController though: Some notable exceptions: Springboard, the equivalent of Windows' Desktop, which ...


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