Check Out This Concept On Hamburger Menus In Windows 10

(null)

If you noticed the new universal apps in Windows 10, there is a hamburger menu in all of those apps. We are not sure whether this is part of the new design that Microsoft will propose to developers for creating universal apps that across devices of different display sizes. Based on the feedback we got from our readers, many of them didn’t like this hamburger menu concept and they feel that it doesn’t fit well with Windows Phone’s OS UX. I found these modified Hamburger menu concepts on Windows 10 from The Verge forums. Check them below.

Desktop navigation similar to Ribbon UI:

(null)

Hamburger is part of the Pivot:
(null)

 
Tablet: swipe left or right. Similar to phone UI:
(null)

More examples:
(null)

Hidden Taskbar on tablets but Start button on the Action Center:

(null)

Source: The Verge

Some links in the article may not be viewable as you are using an AdBlocker. Please add us to your whitelist to enable the website to function properly.

Related
Comments