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Classic Springboard, Tab Nav + List, and Card Grid are simple list menus that essentially enable hotel guest app users to tap down into content.

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List menu mobile design patterns in use.




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Here we have some more advanced patterns which have specific purposes, capabilities and functionality. The Feature Card + Grid was designed to establish content heirarchy by way of prominently displaying the Feature Card at the top, top-left on tablet, making it a focal point with additional content cards following. This pattern has been leveraged to engage hotel guests by displaying a call-to-action button upfront followed by a card with dynamically ordered content based on what's popular among guests using the app.

The Room Service Menu is a pattern with built-in functionality for displaying F&B/e-commerce content, up to 3 levels of menu depth in one view, and provides users with a shopping experience within in a step-through modal flow. The Event Schedule layout organizes content by date & time.

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Feature Card + Grid in use.

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Room Service Menu in use.




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The POI (Points of Interest) Map / List pattern is intended to display content that has an address or GPS coordinates. An item detail view is displayed in a pop over modal. Depending on the detail content the user can be converted in a number of ways including: tapping an address to get directions, tapping to dial a number, tapping a call-to-action button to request a hotel service, make a reservation or make a purchase.

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POI Map / List and item detail view in use.