Hamburger

A hamburger (also called a beef burger, hamburger sandwich, burger or hamburg) is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat (usually beef) usually placed inside a sliced hamburger bun. Hamburgers are often served with lettuce, bacon, tomato, onion, pickles, cheese and condiments such as mustard, mayonnaise, ketchup and relish.The term "burger" can also be applied to the meat patty on its own, especially in the UK where the term "patty" is rarely used. The term may be prefixed with the type of meat as in "turkey burger".
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  • Mobile Interaction: Website or app? Optimize for both

    … and navigation are still generally better at the top of the screen as the menu “hamburger” (see screenshot below) now seems to be so ubiquitous that it has become web-standard for responsive sites Techcrunch also offers a great article on mobile navigation and reasons to “kill the hamburger” here. Website or app? If an element is interactive…

    MarketingSherpa Blogin EMail- 8 readers -
  • Will millennials cough up money for media?

    … — $750 per person — according to a new report from Deloitte. Nearly half of that spending will go to paid TV services, followed by music, computer games and movies. Still, media companies are facing an environment that’s far easier for people to find free alternatives. “There’s no digital equivalent to a hamburger or car, but there is one for a CD…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digiday- 24 readers -
  • The publisher sites that make designers cringe

    … adopted hamburger menu, and Maccarone is not a fan. “People don’t know what it is. It works really well on mobile where you don’t have a lot of room, where you have plenty of that on a desktop.” The Wall Street Journal The Journal may be the premier U.S. business daily, but that authority isn’t conveyed by its website, with its kitchen-sink…

    Lucia Moses/ Digiday- 11 readers -
  • 7 User Experience (UX) Fails That Ruin Mobile Conversion Rates

    … familiar with a certain design language. They know about the hamburger menu, and know what happens when you press the home key or return key. Mess with that at your peril. Fancy navigation may make you stand out, but it might also confuse users. No one wants to read a tutorial just to find out how to move around an app. 7. No Help for Users This tip…

    Sharon Hurley Hall/ The Daily Egg- 48 readers -
  • 50 Awesome and Inspiring Responsive Website Designs from 2014

    … it gives you a code and asks you to enter it into your mobile device so that both of your devices are synced. When both devices are synced, you can use your mobile device to navigate the story on the desktop site. Screen Shot Bonobos 12/11/14 Both the desktop and mobile versions for Bonobos make use of the debatable “hamburger” menu, which works…

    Albert Costill/ Search Engine Journal- 9 readers -
  • 5 Emails Pushing The Boundaries Of HTML & CSS

    … environment. Luckily, it seems to work perfectly on my iPhone and iPad and degrades nicely in less sophisticated clients such as Outlook. Movember: Hamburger Button The Movember team decided to incorporate one of the most familiar icons and features used in mobile web design into their email: the “hamburger” button. It’s not as delicious as it sounds…

    Andrew King/ Marketing Landin EMail- 16 readers -
  • Mobile Menus: Hold the Hamburger?

    … Whether you call it the “hamburger,” “sandwich,” “hot dog,” “list icon” (or as I like to call it, the “Adidas”), that little 3-bar thing denoting mobile menus are growing in adoption. But we’re still not clear if it’s well understood by mobile users. About a year and a half ago, Get Elastic ran a post called Don’t make these mobile menu mistakes…

    Linda Bustos/ Get Elastic- 17 readers -
  • Confessions of a site designer: ‘We’d like to see more trust’

    … to be successful or whether it’s right for their brands. It’s like the hamburger menu on a site like Time.com. I can’t imagine what those debates were like but it certainly seems like someone over there saw a bunch of sites do that and insisted it be implemented that way even though data says that people don’t respond well to the hamburger and prefer…

    Ricardo Bilton/ Digiday- 11 readers -
  • Troubleshoot User Experience (UX) for Better Conversions

    … help users complete tasks it should support the way information is labeled and categorized on the site (information architecture) it should stand out from other page elements it should be scannable it should make sense to users Other studies back this up. Exisweb published the results of replacing the hamburger (three stacked lines) menu icon…

    Sharon Hurley Hall/ The Daily Eggin Google- 30 readers -
  • Things To Remember When Organizing Mobile Content

    … the hamburger icon and there is a ‘Check-in’ button not found on desktop sites. Look at the sample screenshot below: Facebook Mobile Site With Ample Screen Space For Content Some sites use the ‘grid’ icon to open a hidden menu instead of the hamburger one. See the screenshot below: Grid Icon That Hides The Sidebar Menu What you can learn from…

    Divi Fernando/ WooRank Blogin Content Facebook- 38 readers -
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