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A Showcase of Website Navigations with Serious Click Appeal

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«The nav­ig­a­tion of a web­site is meant to be clicked. It doesn’t need to blend in or be hard to find. It’s import­ant that it stands out from the rest of the ele­ments on the page, but yet still matches the over­all style of the design.»

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→ webdesignledger.com

Inspiration for Line Menu Styles

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Some ideas for menu styles and effects that employ the line as a cre­at­ive design ele­ment. This is an open col­lec­tion; con­tri­bu­tions are wel­come!»

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→ tympanus.net

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→ tympanus.net

Web Design Mega Menu Examples for Design Inspiration

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Mega menus are often used on large sites that have con­sid­er­able num­ber of pages for users to nav­ig­ate. Rather than just using a drop­down, the mega menu opens offer­ing more options.»

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→ vandelaydesign.com

Shazam-Like Morphing Button Effect

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«A tutori­al on how to cre­ate a Shazam-like but­ton that morphs into a music play­er using Snap.svg.»

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→ tympanus.net

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Web design tutorial: Stretchy Navigation

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«A roun­ded nav­ig­a­tion trig­ger that stretches on click/tap to reveal the nav­ig­a­tion items. While surf­ing some Dribbble shots, we came across this nice shop­ping list concept by Hila Peleg, which inspired today’s resource. We decided to apply a sim­il­ar idea to a stretch­ing nav­ig­a­tion, and cre­ate 3 dif­fer­ent …»

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→ codyhouse.co

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→ codyhouse.co

Creating an Animated Menu Indicator with CSS Selectors

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In this art­icle, I’ll cov­er cre­at­ive ways of using sib­ling select­ors and pseudo ele­ments to make a CSS-only menu indic­at­or that would nor­mally be achieved using JavaS­cript.»

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→ css-tricks.com

Multi-Level Menu

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«A simple multi-level menu with delayed item anim­a­tions and an option­al bread­crumb nav­ig­a­tion and back but­ton. Today’s Blue­print is a simple menu with mul­tiple levels. The idea is to anim­ate each menu item once a level is changed. The anim­a­tion starts with the item clicked and the delays are propag­ated through the neigh­bors.»

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→ tympanus.net

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→ tympanus.net

Website Navigation Trends: 10 Tips & Examples

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«By now the term “ham­burger menu” is some­thing we are all famil­i­ar with. Love it or hate it, this little ele­ment has been one of the big­ger trends in web­site nav­ig­a­tion design this year.»

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→ designshack.net

Creating Material Design Ripple Effects with SVG

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«An in-depth tutori­al on how to build the ripple effect out­lined under Google Mater­i­al Design’s Radi­al Action spe­cific­a­tion and com­bine it with the powers of SVG and GreenSock.»

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→ tympanus.net

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→ tympanus.net

25 Free Code Snippets for Navigation Menus

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Craft­ing any user inter­face requires patience and some expert­ise with HTML/CSS. Yet rebuild­ing inter­faces from exist­ing code can be a lot more fun and excit­ing. You learn so much from study­ing what oth­er developers have cre­ated and by screw­ing up their examples.»

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→ webresourcesdepot.com