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Auto-rolling method for page view on mobile device

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000244403D
Publication Date: 2015-Dec-09

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Abstract

This article introduced a method for quick page view which can quickly move the page to the exact place, and bounce back to the important part again by a single interactive move.

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Auto-rolling method for page view on mobile device

In some app page views, the most important items are on the top of the page, like 'add to cart' button on top of the page. Sometimes we don't need to spend a lot of time on the below pages. But when we pull the page to the not important parts, we have to pull it back to the top so we can see the important items again. (Please check plot.A)

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Plot.A An example of an *importpant* page view

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This invention can help the user easily see the page below, and bounce back to the top of the page automatically. At the mean time the user can choose to stop at the current page view by a simple action.

This invention allows the user to quickly find and view the others parts of the page, and then the page can easily bounce back to the top. Also the page can stop at wherever the user is viewing by a single move.

This invention can apply on the page view on mobile device -- especially when the page is very long and contains multiple aspects.

The design of the scroll bar is like a steel tape. The main idea is to allow the user find and quickly view different parts of the page, and bounce back to the top

without additional move.

Here are introductions:


1. Drag down the triangle magnet smoothly, and hold the finger on the screen to view different parts of the page (please check plot.B)

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Plot.B Drag the magnet to view the 'CMT' part


2. Bounce back to the top when the user remove the finger from the screen. (please check plot.C)

Plot.C Bounce back to the top when remove the finger from the screen

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3. On the right side...