Here’s a hamburger icon that reveals a full screen overlay when clicked, with a nice animation of the hamburger turning into a close “X” icon.
A slightly different approach with the menu fading into view to the right of the hamburger icon. This obviously would work best on small screens with only a few menu items.
Some eye-catching animations make this menu stand out.
As the title says, this menu was inspired by Tumblr and has some slick animation.
An off-canvas menu that slides out and back in when toggled.
A modal window that fades in and out houses the navigation menu in this example.
How about a full-width mega menu? Nicely done!
A well-designed slide-out menu with a nice UX.
Here’s a cool social sharing icon radial menu.
Another slide out hamburger menu example.
An interesting concept where the menu appears on hover.
Not really “just another menu”, this one is a share icon menu that would work well on blog posts or other content that needs to be shared.
A drop down menu with sub-items appearing with an interesting animation.
Another radial menu not unlike the previous examples.
And here’s another fullscreen overlay menu with some nice animation.
A nice navigation menu that adjusts to various screen sizes like a responsive menu should.
Lastly, we have a bottom of the screen mobile device menu with a slick animation.
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