The Trip Planner page, showing next three bus arrival times at your specified stop, directions and fare. Like I had mentioned in a previous shot, the analog style times flip into place and count down in real time.
9 months ago
Looking pretty good. One small thing: the menu button (and the corresponding line) looks a little short and hard to tap (less than 44pts tall). Perhaps make it slightly taller or put the menu button on the top bar with the logo...?
@Luke Bornheimer - funny you should mention. We built a proof of concept today and found that out. Heightened it up and another tweak to make it more tap friendly. The navigation is on its own line because its a breadcrumb and will need the space. Thanks for the feedback!
You're welcome—Glad the feedback was helpful!
As far as the navigation line goes, how could you streamline the app so that a breadcrumb is not necessary? I (as well as Apple's HIG) prefer not to see breadcrumbs in apps...
@Luke Bornheimer its a responsive website - not a native app. A couple of levels deeper the breadcrumb is quite a nice way to quickly hop back up one level. For instance - the News section you'll be reading an article and can tap back to the latest 10 news articles without having to start from the beginning.
@Luke Bornheimer - I added more height to the nav icon bar and its much better - good eye!
Oh…it's a responsive website…it all makes sense now! I couldn't tell because there was no top or bottom navbar.
In that case, breadcrumb all the way :)
Re: nav icon bar — You're welcome! Glad I could help.
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