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Navigation in Web Design >> A Matter of Perspective & Priority

Posted on 1.22.2014

Mobile and tablets have forced designers to change how they approach the presentation of navigational elements.

Designers have long made navigation an important part of the user experience, but thanks to non-desktop digital experiences, it's quickly becoming an even more important component of the finished design product. 

One way to ensure navigation plays a central role in mobile and tablet design is to change its priority and perspective in the user experience; and we've found a way to do that quite elegantly Perspective Page Navigation, available on GitHub, ensures that navigation doesn't get buried because the code pushes away the content in 3D to reveal the menu. It's ideal for mobile and tablet design and a terrific effect in general for those looking to enhane the navigation experience a creative, compelling and functional way.

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