Mobile user experience inherently constrains what a user can do while providing the opportunity for context intensive navigation. Floating menus or contextual menus are a great way to serve up sub-tasks just in time, giving users choices without disrupting tasks.
In this week's UX Power Up, Frank covers Floating Menus for improving mobile user experience.
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Hey Frank Spillers here. Welcome to this weeks UX Power Up!
Continuing on our Mobile UX theme.. I wanted to talk to you today about Floating Menus.
Floating menus are one of these interface design techniques that you can use in mobile that can help your users perform an action in context. The idea with that is that people don't have to leave a screen or a flow - they don't have to look at another menu or toolbar. It just kind of like facilitates that smooth interaction.