Something that I can take away from this is that navigating a site/UI or completing an action, landscape is the preferred orientation where as for reading/chat purposes, portrait will always take the lead.
Thanks to everyone who participated :)
explains how he uses what he calls Regressive disclosure to solve a complex interface design challenge.
Another interesting post on reducing choice by Anne Quito: http://qz.com/429929/the-next-design-trend-is-one-that-eliminates-all-choices/
"Empty states are actually full of potential to drive engagement, delight users, and retain users at critical moments"
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