Infinite scroll or lazy-load isn't always the best option for serving content, but traditional pagination interfaces come with their own issues of accessibility. We tried a different approach to solve a pattern that has gone relatively unchanged for some time.
This concept breaks a user's needs into primary and secondary actions. The pagination bar acts as a full-width button to quickly navigate to the next page: Fast thinking. However, when a user wants to access a specific page that secondary interaction is contained within drawers that open to reveal additional wayfinding: Slow thinking.
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