Category: Menus

Hidden Navigation: Down with the hamburger

Whenever I had to pay rent at my old place, I always found myself a bit frustrated. It wasn’t because paying rent itself is naturally an act of frustration, but because the designers of my rent manager portal decided to use this little navigation thing in the upper right-hand corner, just below the site’s search…

Best Practices for Accordion Menu in Web Design

The word “accordion” typically conjures a mental image of your favorite polka band. However that’s not what we are talking about when referring to accordion menu. Although polka music can offer a rip-snorting good time, the term is associated with something different in the realm of web design. User interface accordions might refer to menus, widgets, or…

Best Practices for Sliding Hamburger Menus

Hamburger icons are those little three-bar icons you see in the corner of many websites and mobile apps. These primarily trigger a sliding drawer navigation which contains links to pages all around the website. Sliding drawer nav menus are great for responsive design but they can also be tricky to implement. These tips will help…

Design Patterns for Mega-Navigation Dropdown Menus

The seemingly endless amount of navigation styles can be overwhelming. Some websites only require 3-6 links and have much more flexibility than sites with 30+ links. How do you plan large detailed navigation menus without losing your hair? Mega navigation menus are the typical solution to high-capacity link websites. These come in all shapes &…

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