Navigation

By default, all the screens of your application are independent. It is up to you to create the links between your screens and to set up your navigation according to your objectives and the type of application you want to create.

Here are some of the most common navigation systems. Whatever your choice is, we strongly recommend you to create your navigation system in the foreground

Tab bar

A tab bar appears at the bottom of the application screen and allows you to quickly move from one section to another in the application. This is the most popular navigation structure for mobile applications. 

Side bar

The sidebar provides application-level navigation and quick access to top-level content collections in your application. Selecting an item in the sidebar allows users to navigate to a specific piece of content. 

Sticky navbar

Mainly used for websites, the sticky navbar allows a quick and efficient navigation on a page, it remains fixed even when scrolling the page. It often includes dropdown menus that allow access to the sub-sections of each part. 

Magazine navigation

The magazine mode makes it easy to navigate by swiping from right to left and left to right between screens. You automatically go to the next screen and the previous one. 

This navigation is particularly appreciated for your digital publication projects (digital magazines, ebooks, interactive presentations...) because it reproduces your natural behavior when you browse a printed publication.

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