Common Navigation and Layout Design for Mobile and Desktop: 17.Stacked Navigation

Stacked Navigation is a navigation design pattern commonly used in mobile applications. It involves presenting navigation options in a stacked or vertical manner, typically positioned on one side of the screen.

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The main features of Stacked Navigation are:

Vertical list: The navigation options are presented in a stacked or vertical manner, making it easy for users to scroll and browse through the options.

Spacing between options: There is typically some spacing between each navigation option to provide visual separation and make it easier for users to distinguish between them.

Scroll or swipe interaction: Users can scroll or swipe vertically to navigate through the list of options and select the desired one.

Content display: When a user selects a navigation option, the corresponding content is displayed in another area of the screen, providing a seamless transition between navigation and content.

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