Finding a balance of aesthetic, content, and function. Why I obscured the main navigation from default visibility on my website.

Screen space gives us just that, space, sometimes too much of it. We tend to fill that space because we can, or because we are nervous a user may not follow the flow we intend, or “we need more [insert whatever here]”. But when interacting with a mobile device, screen real-estate is at a premium and designers have utilized gestures, among other techniques, to help solve the space issue and add focus back to the content. Additionally, the minimal UI…

Porting long-scroll content to a small-screen device;

A fixed navigation bar can be difficult to translate into a mobile format, but a page with a lot of content and in turn, a lot of scroll, a fixed in-page navigation bar becomes crucial to the reader, this approach tries something new.

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