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Website navigation is one of the most important web usability aspects so you should take this into consideration creating clear and intuitive website navigation design. People coming to your website usually have some web experience and they expect to find simple navigation which should be clean and straightforward for user to find things he wants fast. Otherwise your visitor will get stuck and will leave your website unhappy and with bad experience of your website and possibly brand.

In this post I would like to introduce you unusual and unique examples of website navigation. Although it is really hard to use unusual navigation and achieve its main goal you definitely should give a try with your personal project, blog or portfolio in order to stand out from the crowd and give your visitors the possibility to experience the new level of navigation.

In this post you will see some original and unique navigation design ideas implemented into real websites. Creative and beautiful but is it worth that? Leave your thoughts in comments section below the post.

Unfold

Unfold

HEARTSHAPEDWORK

HEARTSHAPEDWORK

CaptainDash

CaptainDash

Manic Design

Manic Design

75B

75B

Small Stone

Small Stone

Narrow Design

Narrow Design

Yuna Kim

Yuna Kim

Racket

Racket

Organic Grid

Organic Grid

Eric Johansson

Eric Johansson

Stephen Vernon Clarke

Stephen Vernon Clarke

Jim Denevan

Jim Denevan

Corporate Risk Watch

Corporate Risk Watch

SectionSeven Inc.

SectionSeven Inc.

Anet Design

Anet Design

We believe in…

Soleil Noir 2012

Adriano Goncalves

Adriano Goncalves

Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

San Antonio Web Design

San Antonio Web Design

Permanent

Permanent

GLEIS3

GLEIS3

Yodabaz

Yodabaz

Hello Goodlooking

Hello Goodlooking

Jeremy Levine

Jeremy Levine

Posted by Tomas Laurinavicius

Tomas Laurinavicius is a blogger and designer from Lithuania. He's interested in web design, Photoshop and WordPress design. You can follow him on Twitter @tomaslau. Get in touch with him if you have interesting projects you want to collaborate on.

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