I’ve been thinking about this topic a bit over the last few months. When it comes to web design, we have our top navigation on desktop displays, and then condense that down to a hamburger menu at the top for mobile displays. Job done…
Only phones and tablets are getter bigger and those top corners are getting harder and harder to reach. In fact, these days, it’s rare for anyone to be able to reach the hamburger menu without using a second hand or having to completely change their grip just to reach it.
I found this article which goes into the basics of the UI flaw: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2019/08/bottom-navigation-pattern-mobile-web-pages/
Has anyone here had any success with an alternate navigation system on mobile?
How receptive do clients tend to be? Or are they generally reluctant to go against the grain on this one?