Let’s say that a text or the structure of a text could create a formal interest.
Maybe this set of imagery or video content could inspire to think about a narrative, which is not necessarily functional or accessible yet, but which then challenges to live up on the functional side of things to find an answer which allows easy accessibility.
Sometimes, you don’t want things to be easily accessible. You want things to be the reading experience or the interactive experience. You want that experience to be difficult or complicated, because it creates a slower and therefore longer interaction, as opposed to an immediate delivery.
A prominent example of horizontal navigation is Tinder, an online dating app that has become part of mainstream media culture through its iconic use of left and right swipes to either reject or approve of a user profile.
Tinder demonstrates the influence of touch input in that the swipe has even been picked up on in colloquial language use, where ‘swipe right’ has become a consensual expression for accepting something