Web Design: Navigation Icon

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Wiedemann, Julius
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Cruising comfort The art of providing a smooth surfing experienceThis addition to our popular Web Design series focuses on very carefully crafted navigation systems, where usability and narrative are taken in consideration in the development of the website. Featuring over 90 projects from more than 20 countries, as well as case studies on outstanding work by the world’s leading studios such as Fahrenheit, Clusta, and Sequence, this collection illustrates the ingenious solutions to one of the most difficult and important aspects of web design. More bang for your buck! … a fast-food, high-energy fix on the topic at hand.The New York Times Book ReviewJulius Wiedemann was born in Brazil, studied graphic design and marketing, and was an art editor for digital and design magazines in Tokyo. His TASCHEN digital and media titles include Animation Now!, Advertising Now! and 1000 Favorite Websites.

The last solution that I'm going to review is to use a menu icon/button to toggle the navigation. I like this method out of the three because it saves space (very important on mobile) and it gives you full control of styling with CSS.

Using icons along side navigation links is one key ingredient to achieving this. But Instead of creating icon sets from scratch, which can be very time consuming, why not use icons that have already been created for you. Here's a look at web design and user interface trends for 2020.