Join Drew Bridewell for an in-depth discussion in this video Case Study: Responsive navigations, part of Practical UX Weekly.
- Navigation designs are costly changing…year after year across the web.…Companies are testing and validating new solutions…that meet the needs of their growing content…as well as their evolving business.…Companies are testing everything from color,…search input location, minimalistic solutions,…or approaches where they'll put everything they have…right up in their display from corner to corner.…What I want to walk you through is how we approach…our responsive navigation redesign at Lynda.com.…I'll share with you the overall design approach…we took along with the trade offs we had to make…when implementing the mobile and tablet designs.…
We had many design, engineering, and product considerations…throughout this project, let's look at a few.…How would we use the space in the navigation?…Do we have visual hierarchy from category, topic,…and the software dropdown?…How do our different enterprise personas affect our design?…How do we support internationalization…and the use of multiple languages?…Are the logged out vs. logged in designs…
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