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How To Be A Good Guide: Crafting Navigation Experiences (Push Conference 2016)

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This presentation covers following topics:
- The principles of good navigation
- Dangerous navigation patterns
- Favorite classics and innovative patterns for web, mobile and wearables platforms
- Navigation for augmented and virtual reality
- How to be ready for future platforms yet to come

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How To Be A Good Guide: Crafting Navigation Experiences (Push Conference 2016)

  1. 1. How To Be A Good Guide Crafting Navigation Experiences
  2. 2. What You’ll Learn Today • Why does navigation matter • How do we design for different environments • What lies ahead? (the future of navigation)
  3. 3. What is a Navigation Experience?
  4. 4. The Principles of Good Navigation
  5. 5. Clear Visible Consistent
  6. 6. Hamburger
  7. 7. Source: demacmedia
  8. 8. Source: Anas KA
  9. 9. Source: codyhouse
  10. 10. ● Hidden options ● Failing to indicate current location ● Clash with platform specifics (iOS and Android) ● Save screen estate
  11. 11. Gestures
  12. 12. Source: Aaron Wade
  13. 13. Apple Mail Gmail
  14. 14. ● De-clutter UI ● Delightful details ● Hidden options ● Need to be learned ● Aren’t consistent across apps yet
  15. 15. Tabs
  16. 16. Source: Ramotion
  17. 17. Source: Steven Hoober / Scott Hurff / Dmitry Kovalenko
  18. 18. Source: Optimalworkshop
  19. 19. ● Visible ● Easily provides user’s location ● Predictable for user ● Designed for Thumbs ● Limited number of options ● Different requirements for bar location for iOS and Android
  20. 20. Source: howdesign
  21. 21. Source: designmodo
  22. 22. Source: designmodo
  23. 23. Source: Mike Alger
  24. 24. Source: Jonathan Ravasz
  25. 25. Source: Jonathan Ravasz
  26. 26. Source: Jonathan Ravasz
  27. 27. Source: Zach Kinstner
  28. 28. The Future of Navigation in User Interfaces
  29. 29. nick@babich.biz 101babich| Nick Babich Thank You!

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