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Hamburger, hamburger, hamburger — Medium
Andy’s been playing Devil’s Advocate again, defending the much-maligned hamburger button. Weirdly though, I think I’ve seen more blog posts, tweets, and presentations defending this supposed underdog than I’ve seen knocking it. Take this presentation from Smashing Conference.
hamburger-menu 
february 2016 by michaelwoodruff
Supporting Mobile Navigation in Spite of a Hamburger Menu
In mobile designs the hamburger menu or three-line icon is a popular tool to address the concern that on a small screen, space for navigation is limited. Placing the navigation behind a menu is a way to keep it available, but out of the way, giving users access to navigation when they need it.
hamburger-menu 
february 2016 by michaelwoodruff
When to Use the Hamburger Menu
One of the most hotly contested design conventions in modern web design is the “hamburger menu” – a web designers’ nickname for the three horizontal lines that you see in the top corner of most mobile sites.
hamburger-menu 
february 2016 by michaelwoodruff
Are Users Ready for the Desktop Hamburger Icon?
You know the old saying ‘brevity is the soul of wit’? It seems that saying is evolving, and brevity is also the soul of the web. As a UX designer, I am always looking for ways of simplifying things, and using shorthand indicators when it makes sense to do so.
hamburger-menu 
october 2015 by michaelwoodruff

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