There are 3,997 different Android devices. Your navigation should work with all of them. C-Swipe can help: It is an alternative navigation pattern for tablets and mobile devices that is novel, ergonomic and localized.
This article provides a detailed walk-through of the design and code and provides a downloadable mini-app so that you can try out C-Swipe to see whether it’s right for your app.
Further Reading on SmashingMag: What Every App Developer Should Know About Android How To Design For Android Designing For A Maturing Android How To Design For Android Tablets Size, Complexity Increasing The number of touch devices is increasing, with new devices and features being introduced daily.
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C-Swipe: An Ergonomic Solution To Navigation Fragmentation On Android
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Responsive Menus: Enhancing Navigation On Mobile Websites
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