Navigation is a make or break aspect of the user experience of a site. It is a way for users to find where they need to go, and navigation that is frustrating or unusable will lead to irritated users, high bounce rates and unfinished user flows. As with everything in UX, context and audience will […]
For some time, we have been swapping out full-width navigation bars for hamburger menus at smaller breakpoints – this is a great technique that optimises the space, or lack of space, at desktop and mobile sizes. But what about the masses of unused screen real-estate once the full-width navigation has turned into a hamburger?
Our mission at GoSquared is to transform the way companies understand and connect with their customers. We don’t believe tools like Google Analytics are solving enough real problems. We want to move beyond mere “web analytics” — graphs and charts and pageviews — and help online companies connect with their customers in a meaningful way. At the start of […]
A tiny library for interactive swiping and reordering of elements in lists on touch screens. No dependencies. BSD Licensed. Supports iOS Safari, Firefox Mobile, Chrome Mobile, Opera Mobile (Presto and Blink). You interact with the library via custom DOM events for swipes/reordering. Call new Slip() to make element’s children swipeable and add event listeners for […]
I seem to read more and more of Aurora Bedford’s (<a href=”https://twitter.com/aurorararara”>@aurorararara</a>) work from the Nielsen Norman Group – This time about mobile navigation, and the thoughts behind using a text list vs image grids. Her final suggestion: For mobile navigation, image grids should be saved for deeper IA levels where visual differentiation between menu […]