Questions - What happens when I click on a list element? Target URL is the same window or new window?
Behavioral feedback -
- List view is a good start point and provides a rational view. People will use this feature to scan a list of nearby articles and pick one, open it a new tab and read it.
- I can also see nearby as an rich and contained browsing experience. Adding the ability to switch to a richer view such as an image flow - (maybe even use hovercards) so as a user I can browse through a bunch of nearby articles in a more stable persistent right pane (instead on an overlay) would be interesting.
Larger Conceptual feedback for the future - Something about this current concept feels forced. On Desktop, I see Location as a lens on a Wikipedia Article. A different and more specific narrative of the same information. What if this panel carried -
- 'Locations relevant to this article',
- 'Locations mentioned in this article'
Instead of nearby? The interface you have can be used as a filter or a lens in addition to Nearby.