Often when browsing a website on my iPhone I am impatiently zooming in and out trying to make use of their standard non responsive menu, this often leads to some clumsy fat fingered iPhone stabbing which only results in me being taken to the wrong page anyway.
When creating your website, in a majority of instances you would take the decision to make it responsive on all screen sizes so the website still provides a great user experience, no matter if the user is on an iPhone or a small tablet device.
A decision you need to consider in the early concept stages is how best to present your website menu structure to your user. Depending on the menu size and hierarchy will influence how you decide to present your responsive menu.
Today I wanted to take a look at a couple of different ways responsive websites are presenting their menu structures to mobile and tablet users, helping in the fight against fat fingered navigation errors.
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