Hidden menus were subjected to oodles of negative and resistive remarks, but now not only is it adopted by many websites, it is one of the most exciting web design trends to look out for in 2016. The stature of a navicon in web design is worth looking into and websites adopting this trend and this sort of an experience to their design has forced us to absolutely love what the brainchild of hidden menus has to offer to web designers and developers: creative freedom.
Hidden menus have redefined the space of menu listings that were once not taken into creative consideration before. The simple and monotonous menu design has become yet another challenging element for web designers to brainstorm and think deep about when creating menus that look compelling, exciting and visually zealous. We’re very much excited and steamed up to see (and experience) how creative web designers engineer the standard hamburger icon, paving the way to visually confident hidden menus, and change the way users browse and construe user experience in 2016.
Below, you’ll discover 6 websites that have made use of the brainchild that is hidden menus in website design and how well it works for who they are and what they represent in the internet space.
Demodern is one of the leading digital agencies in Germany. Since 2008 they have been designing and developing digital communication from websites to mobile concepts and wearable apps to event and store installation.
Intelart is a team of well-organized front-end developers who love what they do. They’re the harmonious team of developers and designers you need for your project.
HLK is a full-service digital agency driven to create authentic brand experience. They believe in the power of new thinking and provide services like audience segmentation and analysis, user experience design, content development and distribution, media planning and much more.
At Huge Inc, they create experiences that transform brands, grow businesses and make people’s lives better. With the offerings such as integrated marketing and digital business, Huge creates products and services that transform organizations for the digital economy.
At Adventure you can view videos, photos, and first-person written pieces from the adventure community.
Outdated Browser is a time saving tool for developers. It detects outdated browsers and advises users to upgrade to new versions.
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