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Filename centered on title bar area feels more like an application This pattern has been used by major applications that deal with file reading/writing. For example, Microsoft Excel does this with the "Book" title, which contains multiple "Sheets" which are rendered as tabs. Assuming it's appropriate for your use case, leveraging this familiarity can be ...


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Title at the Top (first screen shown) Why? It's familiar. Many popular applications use a similar layout and straying from that could result in confusion. That said, I would hope that the title of the workspace would be mutually exclusive of the tab where work is done. It would be my hope that when a new workspace is opened, one tab would always show by ...


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Both versions have their pros and cons. The best solution would depend somewhat of the context: How often users would switch between files versus switch between tabs If the title of the file is needed for identifying the content of a tab (e.g. if all files have the same tab-titles, then it may be better to have the file title closer to the tab titles) The ...


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I think the version where the title is on the left of the tabs reads easier, shows the relationship better and makes more sense.


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Combined with Bottom Navigation, Tabs at the bottom suffer a bit in terms of usability: they are both easier to reach with the thumb but so close to Bottom Nav buttons that there is room for missclicks. The bottom area of the screen is also very dense with this arrangement, which IMO contributes significantly to cognitive load. In collaboration with ...


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I would consider using a tab bar if you are replicating a bottom navigation on android or segmented controls if you are replicating page tabs. If you have too many tabs to fit in either of these then I would consider using a landing page which lists all of the categories that the user can tap on to show the content of that list. You are in effect creating ...


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