50 Beautiful And User-Friendly Navigation Menus

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Usability is an essential goal of any website, and usable navigation is something every website needs. It determines where users are led and how they interact with the website. Without usable navigation, content becomes all but useless. Menus need to be simple enough for the user to understand, but also contain the elements necessary to guide the user through the website — with some creativity and good design thrown in.

Below we present over 50 excellent navigation menus — we feature CSS-based design solutions, CSS+JavaScript-based menus and Flash-designs. However, they all have something in common: they are user-friendly yet creative and perfectly fit to the style of their respective websites.

Please also consider our previous articles:

1. CSS-Based Navigation Menus

Loodo
A colorful menu that adds to the feel of the website.

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Acko.net
Steven Wittens takes a look at the navigation menu from a quite unusual perspective.

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Web Design Ledger
Web Design Ledger has an excellent menu; its large size is convenient but doesn’t intrude on the content.

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UX Booth
UX Booth uses a a stylish text box under the navigation as a sort of subtext for each menu item.

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Nopokographics
Vertical navigation menus are used very rarely, for the simple reason: they are harder to use. However, some designers risk unusual approaches. Nopoko Graphics uses an arrow and a hover-effect for its vertical navigation menu.

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Icon Designer
This website uses a large image-based menu on the home page. The user’s attention is drawn directly to this large menu, making it convenient for users.

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Cosmicsoda
This large and colorful menu is very noticeable and uses a slight hover effect to further define the menu items.

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Designsensory
An intuitive drop-down navigation that uses 2 colors effectively to communicate the active navigation item and the passive ones.

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Smallstone
Smallstone, a U.S. record label, presents its navigation menu in the form of a the so-called Space Echo Roland SE-201.

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TNVacation
It’s pretty hard to find a nice-looking drop-down menu. This one is a beautiful exception.

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Clearleft
Clearleft uses a couple of paper pieces for its navigation.

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45royale
A simple, clean and beautiful navigation with a nice hover effect.

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Design Intellection
An excellent example of block navigation that shows how effectively “speaking” hover effects can be used with a clean and simple navigation menu.

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Ronnypries.de
A navigation menu doesn’t have to look like a traditional navigation menu. Ronny Pries uses a floor plan to lead site visitors through the pages of the site.

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Jiri Tvrdek
Jiri Tvrdek presents the navigation options of his site as leaves on a tree. Creative, unusual and memorable.

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Water’s Edge Media
Patricia Abbott uses clothespins for the navigation options.

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Matt Dempsey
Matt Dempsey highlights his navigation options with a brush stroke.

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Cognigen
The current navigation option is pressed — clear and intuitive.

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District Solutions
Vertical tabs are used very rarely. But they can look good!

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Jayme Blackmon
Jayme Blackmon seems to like setting “done”-marks…

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Jeff Sarmiento
Why not try a sloping navigation options once in a while?

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Studioracket
A really unusual navigation menu that uses some kind of a mindmap to illustrate the navigation. And, apart from that, the navigation menu is hand-drawn!

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Cultured Code
A subtle yet distinct menu that is out of the way of content. Excellent colors and a nice hover effect also add to the menu.

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Nando Designer
This Portuguese designers uses handwriting and a piece of paper for its main navigation.

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Bonfiremedia
Sometimes typography is just enough…

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Artgeex
Vivid typography in use.

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Gloobs
Some designers integrate a stamp in the contact navigation option.

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South Creative
This website uses large navigation buttons and has a good hover effect.

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Mac Rabbit
One more example of a large and clean menu. This one uses icons to aid the reader in recognizing each item’s function.

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RapidWeaver
This menu has a clean and smooth layout, and it has a great sub-menu that uses transparency to separate it from the main menu.

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DFW UPA
Icons reinforce the menu items on this website and add emphasis to each option.

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Revolution Driving Tuition
This website has a great grunge style, and the menu fits right into the layout.

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Duarte Pires
This menu is located close to the content, where it is easy to use. It uses large icons, which adds a visual element to the navigation. Also, the menu on other pages uses the same icons in a vertical layout, bringing consistency to the website. The icons may not fit perfectly, but it’s a nice idea.

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Valetin Agachi
This navigation has a rather unique style that emphasizes selected items. Also, the menu layout stays consistent throughout the whole website.

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Tutorial9
Tutorial9 recently got a nice redesign, which came with a very usable and well-organized menu.

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2. CSS Menus With JavaScript

Agami Creative
Designers sometimes use tooltips for their navigation. However, tooltips and aqua are quite an unusual combination.

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Whitehouse.gov
A perfect example of how one should organize huge amounts of content into clear and easily distinguishable sections. Also, excellent design of the drop-down menu.

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AppStorm
AppStorm is a new website by Envato. A jQuery effect is used to create an excellent and very usable drop-down menu.

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Eric Johansson
Eric Johansson, a designer from Sweden, uses tall vertical blocks and images for his navigation.

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Coda
This conveniently located menu has a beautiful hover effect. The sub-menus are consistent and include every item.

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Dragon Interactive
Dragon Interactive has a colorful jQuery-based menu with a great effect.

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Bern
I am a big fan of this navigation layout. I like how the menu fits in with the grunge theme. It also uses another jQuery drop-down effect.

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Abduzeedo
For its recent redesign, Abduzeedo introduced a jQuery slider into the navigation.

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3. Flash-Based Menus

Iipvapi
Colorful sloping Flash-based navgation from an Indian Web design agency.

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Not Forgotten: The Movie
Most entertainment websites use Flash and unusual navigation menus to capture users’ attention. On this one, an instant classic, navigation items are put on cards.

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Nick Tones
Nick Tones, with a dynamic, colorful and yet still somehow usable navigation menu.

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woonky.ideas
This Argentinian design agency puts CDs and books on a table, each representing a navigation option, of course. When hovered over with a mouse, each object reveals what can be found inside.

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Gotmilk
The designers of this Flash-based site came up with something truly original. The navigation menu is put on a ribbon; each navigation item has a nice and simple hover-effect: when an icon is hovered, it is replaced with the site area the icon stands for. Usually tooltips are used for this puprose, here designers use a different approach. Outstanding!

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Spectra Visual Newsreader
A beautiful and very colorful Flash menu that is a good example of excellent usability.

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NickAD
This unique website is all about easy-to-use navigation.

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Sensi Soft
This amazing portfolio has very well-thought out and convenient navigation.

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4. Highly Usable Navigation

tap tap tap
This website has a beautiful layout and a menu with great effects.

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Apple
Apple has one of the more exceptional websites, particularly because of the navigation layout. The Mac menu is quite amazing. With images, it couldn’t be easier to find items and move through the menu.

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Alex Buga
Visitors here use a large and well-laid out slider to move through news items.

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CREASENSO
The content on the home page of this portfolio website has an extremely simple yet usable organization.

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polargold
This visually stunning Flash-based portfolio uses an accordion-like layout for the content, so there is no loading of new pages. The large type stresses the importance of menu items.

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Colourpixel
Colourpixel has a very interesting layout for its portfolio. It combines all of its sections onto a single page, and allows each item to be hidden or revealed, as demanded by the user.

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DVEIN
Yet another excellent Flash-based portfolio. This website organizes all gallery items onto an interesting revolving list.

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Alexandru Cohaniuc
This portfolio is rather well known for its beautiful layout. An accordion effect allows users to navigate through projects and portfolio items.

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Porsche Canada
Porsche Canada’s website has very user-friendly navigation, with many sub-items for each menu item. The convenience and usability of this menu is great.

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Jeremy Levine Design
This architecture portfolio has a unique layout that allows users to easily browse the website. The line of menu items has many effects and transitions that make it very convenient.

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firstborn
Firstborn, a well-known design studio, uses scrollable, horizontal navigation for its portfolio. The navigation items can also be displayed in other modes, such as thumbnails, making it even better.

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Benjamin David
This portfolio has a vertical slider that automatically moves through menu items. Many large items are placed together in a single glowing menu.

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Thibaud’s Portfolio
Another stunning portfolio with creative navigation, this one with Flash-based “color samples” to choose from. Like items are grouped together.

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Jason Reed Web Design
Accordions are useful when trying to squeeze many items into a small space. Jason Reed used a stylish accordion in his portfolio to allow users to navigate pages.

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Marius Roosendaal
Another usable accordion menu that groups portfolio items.

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5. Vertical Navigation Layouts

Danny Blackman
Danny Blackman’s website is often regarded as one of the better portfolios out there, in part because of the amazing vertical layout.

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Tomas Pojeta
This website is yet another portfolio that uses a vertical layout to incorporate multiple pages onto one, while allowing users to move vertically between sections.

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volll
Volll uses a vertical layout with a beautiful illustrated landscape background.

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Mediocore
Mediocore is an awesome portfolio. It has a few more elements than usual on its pages, but still looks excellent.

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6. User-Friendly Sidebar Menus

FreelanceSwitch
FreelanceSwitch organizes its articles using a great menu.

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Fubiz
The redesign of Fubiz brings an excellent sidebar. Slide effects are used to fit a large amount of content into a small sidebar.

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Checkout
Checkout has a stunning website. An extremely clean list-style menu in the features section also displays nice icons.

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Ruby Tuesday
Ruby Tuesday has a very nice website. The sidebar menu has exceptional icons and smooth hover effects.

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Concentric Studio
A simple and minimalist menu with sliding effects.

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Barack Obama
President Obama’s website has a well-spaced and nicely contrasting list-style sidebar menu.

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GABBO DESIGN
Another clean and well-spaced list menu.

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Further Resources

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Matt Cronin is an avid graphic designer, web designer/developer, Cocoa programmer, photographer, digital artist, and the like. He also enjoys writing, and does quite a bit of writing for Smashing Magazine. He is currently working on a startup called VAEOU, which will have new services coming soon.

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    Some very inspiring examples here, particularly the listed items on Ruby Tuesdays!

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    If that is Dan Wolgers’ web site, then who is that “Eric Johansson” of the title bar and contact pages? Dude..

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    Congratulations Matt! You’ve made a really extensive research! Very inspirational…There are some crazy and creative solutions out there…Somehow the simple ones really stand out in their own way…
    I really like Jayme Blackmon’s done-marks menu…Genius! :)

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    Thanks for including my site! While browsing for some inspiration, I was pleasantly surprised to find it here amongst some really great sites.

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    Nice Collection Matt…. Thanks for putting all of them together !!
    Now one can fine navigation menus related inspiration in one place ;) Again Thanks for sharing!!

    DKumar M.

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    Thanks for the nod to DFW UPA! Navigation was something that I wanted to make sure was quick and easy to understand and follow. Great list – awesome inspiration – proud to be a part of it. Thank you.

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  7. 7

    These are some great finds, thank you for taking the time to share these with everyone.

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    Wow, very much appreciate. This will takes days to try it. Valuable links. Thank You.

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    Great list! Thanks guys.

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    Curt Simon Harlinghausen

    February 4, 2009 5:18 pm

    Great article. Inspiration and nice collection.

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    Awesome and extensive collection! Great work Matt. These are really inspirational.

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    Very nice! Great to see some Flash sites too. :)

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    Thanks You.~

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    Great list, although some of them seem pretty standard…

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    What a great resource! And I was really surprised to find one (smallstone) very similar to the banner in my blog – katiepalm.squarespace.com. Now I wish I could figure out how to make the knobs work on mine!

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    Good post!

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    The showcase is beautiful but the title is misleading.

    These are “beautiful” navigation menus but not necessarily user-friendly. In fact, most of the entries here are less user-friendly than, say, the navigation of gmail. Also take note that the entries under CSS-based menus are mostly image-menus, not really-CSS-powered. Let’s not argue about CSS sprites, etc. The fact remains that they’re wow-factor is based on the use of metaphor/imagery and not really color contrast and typography (using CSS).

    The CSS-based menus that aren’t image-intensive but manage to be user-friendly may be Gabbo Design, Concentric Studio, Medio Core (which looks a lot like smashingmagazine’s menu, by the way).

    I’m not bashing the post, I agree that they’re all beautiful and yes, you can manage to have beautiful AND user-friendly navigation menus, but this showcase is more of a beautiful navigation showcase.

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    That smallstone.com menu is pretty sweet

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    Nice stuff. Useful but looks too jazzy could be nice if there are more professional works are included. Most of the above mentioned sites comes under the personal portfolio categories.

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    Some really nice finds! Alexcohaniuc, Studioracket, Nickad, Colourpixel, they’re quite creative! But like Mary, user-friendliness is a debatable issue, but I guess ultimately it will depend on the target audience to whom the site caters to!

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    Loads of information will take some time to digest them all
    Great post

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    Really nice list! :) Good job!

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    Although the couple of examples you’ve put up may be pretty, I wouldn’t consider any type of vertical text to be user friendly on screen; especially when used as primary navigation for a site.

    All in all, a very inspiring list though.

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    Excellent selection, it’s a good base for inspiration ;-)

    To my mind, CSS bases menus are a very good solution, improoving design, accessibility and SEO capacity (used with negative text indents…) ; I use it litteraly for all my websites.

    Example here => http://www.effi10.com

    On the other hand, I hate Flash… Not accessible, not SEO friendly, and limits user experience to an unique way…

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    great ideas…. I am planning to use one of these in my new project.

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    Very good collections. Thank you.

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    Hey guys,

    Luke from Bonfire here – thanks for the link. However the image associated to our work is actually wrong, it is somebody else’s menu!

    “Bonfiremedia. Sometimes typography is just enough…”

    Cheers

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    Very nice, mostly :) but there are some that were updated meanwhile and some that I don’t see the point on showing them, but mostly very nice. :D

    Tanx :D

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    That would be “Portuguese”. Nice post!

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    Similar to the Porsche Canada menu, take a look at the brilliant one on http://www.kawasaki.com

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    These are “beautiful” navigation menus but not necessarily user-friendly.

    My thoughts exactly. To put it in the words of Don Norman: “Some of these navigations probably won a prize.”

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    Two comments:

    1. Highly Usable Navigation – Taptap is awful.
    2. Why no deep navigation examples, sites which have multiple levels and 100s of pages?

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    Some really awesome navigations. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice. I really like this article. Thank you!

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    Craig - Abrishca Digital Media

    February 5, 2009 4:50 am

    So much diversity in designs and approaches! Some people are fantastic in thinking outside the square…

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    The title of this article is wrong… Most of the examples in the article aren’t user-friendly at all. They’re beautifull and very creative, but not user-friendly.

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    Nice but not necessarily userfriendly. I just tried a random one (acko.net) and the navigation doesn’t work in IE. In FF it’s o.k.

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    Really nice!!

    This one is an old label menu, good too

    Avance Import

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    Wow, lots of inspiration here!

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    This is a better example than most on Smashing Magazine. Too often on this website, the “top ten best…” websites are all the homepages of web designers. Of course, this post has a lot of that too. But this post also has real world examples like restaurants and such. I hope the editors of Smashing Magazine encourage the blog writers to use more useful, real world examples… (because often our most cherished CSS experts have stopped making websites and make all their money by giving lectures at Web Standards conferences… and as smart as they are, they cease being good examples to follow when they stop working as web designers)…

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    Some great examples there.
    I made a Flash based header/menu recently. It’s not on par with some of those above but I’m happy enough with it :) : http://www.move2lux.com

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    Thanks for this post. Really creative and inspiring navigation menus, though I would also agree that they are not all user-friendly.

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    Great inspiration, thanks so much again!

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    How many times is SM going to use Alex Buga, Loodo, Acko.net, TNVacation, Jeff Sarmiento, etc. as examples… Every other day you title the post something different and dissect their sites. It’s flat out boring, and truly not that informative at all.

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    Gorgeous selection ! Thanx a lot.

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    Nice inspiration, but… The vast majority of these fail on cross-browser compatibility and completely miss the mark on progressive enhancement. Javascript is an enhancement to CSS and HTML. Just as CSS is an enhancement to HTML. I would like to see a collection that showcases functionality in IE6 with javascript off and only gets cooler as you move up towards Firefox or Safari. Meaning sites that actually work in all environments.

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  47. 47

    you people have some of the worst fucking taste on the internet.

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    some nice selections, some not so hot

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    really nice article dude, congratz.

    i always read smashing magazine but this time you rock!

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    I’ll just echo the thoughts of what appear to be the minority here (but I’d suggest the better-informed) … These are all very beautiful but of the 3 I tried (the first three, in fact), none of them were usuable. It’s not obvious that they are navigation at all. First rule of navigation menus is being able to find them.

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    Uh. It’s RE-201, not SE-201. Not that anyone cares… ho hum.

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  52. 52

    Can some of these be used with WordPress?

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    This is a great list. It’s very extensive, and I’m sure will provide a lot of design inspiration in the future. However, I do not think that it lives up to its “User-Friendly” title – the vast majority of these are clearly not designed with usability as the primary focus.

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    These mashups are much more useful when they link to examples of how you too can achieve these effects. Here are two (one of them is a shameless plug for my blog) off the top of my head: Dragon Interactive hover fade and CODA popup bubble.

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    And another nice CSS-Navigation from a german website: http://www.liberty-homes.de

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    Thanks Matt for the shout out!

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    Really great job smash magazine i like that “Designsensory” Menu it has perfect web design too .

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    Hi, Matt. just a note: Nando (of Nando Designer) is not portuguese, he’s brazilian, from Rio de Janeiro.

    cheers!

    Rui

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    I agree with boredreader #39 we have seen most of these sites in previous posts. I guess it’s OK to dissect these sites but hopefully we can look forward to some new content here on SM and not simply re-posts with different titles.

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    I might mention that my site (included in this list) does actually validate as XHTML 1.0 strict, and gracefully degrades as well. I just wanted to prove that some JS-dependent navigation can actually remain useful if JS is disabled, and to dismiss any navigation that uses JS is perhaps a bit short sighted.

    Whether or not it is ‘user friendly’ is perhaps up to the individual user. I find it to be friendly and interesting, but that’s just me.

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    Thanks for the compilation =) Seems hover menus and tabs are pretty common

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    50 Beautiful And User-Friendly Navigation Menus.

    But thanks :)

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    amazing! Thx!

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    @Euge I worked on the navigation featured from Tutorial9.net and UXBooth.com, and can confirm that both these sites are WordPress blogs. Takes a bit of understanding to get things to work nicely though =/

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    Knoxville Website Design

    February 6, 2009 6:24 am

    Nice collection here to revisit from time to time.

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    nice one really! :D

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    Really nice collection, Thank!

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    The fact that there are “highly usable” and “user-friendly” categories shows how ridiculous the others are. The menu is unimportant. The content should drive navigation and be the focus of your site. It’s like Vista vs. Mac OS X. The UI shouldn’t be the focus.

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    That’s an awesome compiled list of navigation! Not only that the sites sport an intuitive and visitor-friendly navigation menu, they have great designs that inspire. These websites have more than just menus to offer – thanks for sharing! Woonky.ideas is one of the brightest one so far, not to mention the ones from Studioracket and Fubiz :)

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    The whitehouse.gov menu doesn’t use javascript actually accept for maybe the transparency. it’s all css for the hover and column like menu item list

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    Mushex Antaranian

    February 6, 2009 5:32 pm

    Adidas.com – beautiful but not user friendly ..

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    A very nice CSS/Java menu I’ve found at http://www.nextframe.ro . You might want to include this too.

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    Many great ideas. Thank you.

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    Christopher Peterson

    February 7, 2009 2:16 pm

    This is a great list of sites, i will be sure to come backt o it for inspiration.
    As for user friendly, not so much, especially the flash layouts.

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    Matt, thanks for adding my website nopokographics in your list.
    Great job guy!
    Keep going!

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    Some very nice examples.

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    Thanks very much for the nice list, you guys always showcase things that are truly inspiring and fresh! Thanks!

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    Thx a dozen for the apprecation – SM ftw!

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    Wow great collection and thanks for the list.

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    Wouter Van den Neste

    February 11, 2009 6:47 pm

    Real nice article! There are some great innovative ideas included in this post!

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    I built AppStorm and I want to say thank you for including it in this awesome list, but just thought it might be important to note that the jQuery used for the menu is to add a class to the current top level category so it stays active when hovering over the subnav. It really isn’t a full blown jQuery menu, just a couple lines of code are used to achieve the effect. The CSS is really the one that is doing the heavy lifting here. And by the way, great roundup. There are a lot of really nice navigation out there.

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    Thanks a lot for sharing, keep it up!

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    cool! thanks

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    These are all super inspiring. I think I come to this website almost once a day to check on new and great information. I just created a very cool blog that I am super proud of. It has a ticker that sends info to readers and it has links at the top as well as side links that move with you as you navigate the blog. It also has a music player that we installed that organizes all of the music on the page. I know you said no link dropping but I am just really proud of the navigation part of my blog and would love to show you and your readers. Cheers.

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    Many thanks!

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    Nick Tones sounds much cooler but it’s Nick Jones. Thanks so much for including me though!

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    Bold Endeavours

    March 26, 2009 2:39 am

    this is amasing! i am really impressed by the variety of menues. thank you

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    awesome list

    Thnks guys.

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    very nice post.. But i feel NickAd is not user friendly..

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    Can Nick Tones’ be made in CSS as well? Any idea or other examples?

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    Some really pretty example in there, which are great to look at and showcase the talents of the designers that came up with them.

    But…..as other people have said, many are distinctly user unfriendly. Visitors to your site shouldn’t have to think about how to navigate it – it should be intuitive. Sure, this might make for some slightly less pretty nav solutions (although there’s still a lot of scope IMO) but it’s much more important for users to be able to navigate your site than to sit there thinking, “wow, pretty. Now how do I get about”.

    That said, there are certainly some examples in this list that look good, and enhance the user experience.

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    Some of these examples are nice….. yet…. a lot of these examples are pretty horrible. Looking at the mac slide bar… I hate using that thing. When the browser loads the page the control does not respond immediately. There are other things in this list that are pretty bad too like the small stone example… hey, here is an idea…. make users hunt around for things they need… why not just hide the links all together and they just have to click and guess where they want to go and really waste their time… yeah, that’s the ticket. :/

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    Very good collection

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    Great article. And of course there is the easy way to create flash menus using FMF: http://www.flashmenufactory.com/

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    I love macrabbit’s menu!

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    Where in the world can you learn to make these masterpieces?? Books, articles, tutorials? Anyone?!!!

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    These are truly excellent, well done

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    Web Design Camarillo

    May 20, 2010 12:12 pm

    Anytime text is written vertically it is difficult to read and generally not considered to be user friendly. However it does have high aesthetic value.

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  100. 101

    These are excellent compilations of navigation menus and websites that have outstanding designs. Keep them coming.

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    This post was just what I needed to see. I had my Google Chrome opened alongside Firefox. I had Flash and Java turned OFF on Firefox. This allowed me to go through all of the websites and see what was powered by Flash, Java, and other, which gave me better intuition on how I can use each application in different ways. Thank you for helping a budding web designer.

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    thanx
    nice collections

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    I like it very very much, thank you! :)

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    This is actually one of the superior posts regarding people who We have please read on that theme nowadays. Good deliver the results.

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    I like dfw upa. I think it can be a good inspiration for my new menu on mikolajki24.com.

    Thanks for this great showcase!

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    These all navigation menu are very beautiful and nice designed………

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    Hi..
    Thanks for sharing this information and resources it’s really help full for me with the help of this we can improve our designs and development I really inspire with this information thanks

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    keep me informed with any updates

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