Having functional navigation that works on both mobile and desktop platforms is challenging.
- Should the mobile have fewer navigation options?
- Will the user figure out how to use it?
- What if you are converting an existing desktop site?
Fortunately there is a growing number of stunning examples and tutorials to be found. Even with these it’s still difficult! Continue reading
For the most of us, the most difficult aspect of building a responsive layout is the planning and coding of the navigation. As there is no truly tried and tested universal solution, the style of the menu you use will depend on the type of site you are building.If it is a small site, a <select> drop-down menu or a basic “three line” toggle menu will probably be suffice. But if it is a larger site (an ecommerce store for example) that relies upon a mega-menu for navigation on its desktop version, then a drawer-style navigation or an animated side panel menu will most likely help you. Continue reading