Tag: navigation

Responsive Menu Concepts

Responsive Menu Concepts | CSS-Tricks. This is a nice look at some responsive menu patterns that have bubbled to the surface to date. Navigation remains to be one of the most important elements in Web design and the inclusion of RWD raises the bar on complexity quite a bit. There are a number of patterns […]

Posted: November 20, 2012

An alternative to select elements as navigation in narrow viewports

An alternative to select elements as navigation in narrow viewports | 456 Berea Street. Responsive design patterns are still under heavy study and development, but there’s a ton of good coming out of the research that’s gone into it so far. In particular one of the more difficult things to achieve is a well balanced […]

Posted: June 08, 2012

Designing navigation

Designing navigation – GitHub | Greg's Head. I’ve said a number of times how much I enjoy peeking over a shoulder to see how people work. The insight is awesome, and I really enjoy comparing how I do things to the way other people do things. I’ve learned the bulk of what I know by […]

Posted: May 04, 2012

Designing Web Navigation Book Review

The navigation design for a website is a big deal. I surf the Internet, and it seems to me that everyone would be quite a bit better off had more Web designers taken the time to read a book like this. Site navigation is the primary way readers are able to interact with information presented in a website. Therefore, a site navigation deserves to have some serious thought behind it. Designing Web Navigation by James Kalbach is an extensive resource on this very subject.

Posted: January 21, 2008

Can we do Better than Dropdowns? Is there even a Problem?

Are dropdown navigations on websites a usability nightmare? Is there a better way to implement a comprehensive site navigation?

Posted: October 29, 2007