• Nancy TsangNancy Tsang, 7 years ago

    I suppose what one considers a reasonable size can be subjective (as long as it's big enough to comfortably tap on mobile?), but I think it could have been possible to shrink your horizontal nav items. For example, http://skinnyties.com/ has 10 different items in its nav, but they scale the font-size down and replace a few links with icons. Carrot's got 8 items, and while your font-size doesn't scale down, your 'Contact' link changes from a graphic at larger sizes to a text-link on mobile, curiously enough.

    Anyhow, I'm glad to hear your thinking behind why you nixed different mobile nav solutions. It's definitely a challenge to create a great responsive menu, and I'm sure future redesigns will only continue to improve with more trial-and-error experiences.

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