The navigation menu is the most important element for a website, either in appearance and usability. The web menu designers are trying their best to make the menu more appealing and functional for the visitors easily find what they want. A bad navigation menu will make the visitors feel lost in the site. Here I collect some creative website navigation menus for you to find some inspirations of making your own.

Creative Flu

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Navigation menus used to be a fairly simple thing. Code up an unordered list, float it left and you’re good to go. With responsive design being all the rage these days though you’re faced with some new challenges when creating a menu design.

Follow along as we start from scratch and code a simple but effective responsive navigation menu that you can easily modify and reuse in your own projects.

What We’re Building

If you’re the kind of person who likes to skip ahead, here’s a sneak peek at what we’re building. Be sure to resize your browser window to see the responsive concepts in action. Read on »

Often used on e-commerce and large scale web sites, the mega menus become more popular in modern web design. They are a great and effective way to display large amount of content on your website while you keep a nice and clean layout.

With mega menu you will be able to improve the navigation and usability on your web sites. In this article I will show you some premium CSS only mega menus and the best features that each one has to offer.

CSS3 and HTML5 Mega Menus

iNav – CSS3 Mega Menu

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Facebook might not have all the glittery text and obnoxious backgrounds that MySpace has, but it still has its fair share of useless apps.

This is especially true if you have ever tried to search for creative Facebook apps or those that may be of interest to creative people.

If you have ever searched for such a thing, you have no doubt realized that there is an abundance of useless apps. This is the reason that I went through just about every app on Facebook to find the very few that were best suited for creative individuals, or had some sort of visual flair about them.

So here are 25 awesome Facebook applications that most designers will enjoy in their Facebook pages.

1. Addicted to Photoshop

This is a neat app brought to you by the master minds behind the “Sheezy” sites (Brusheezy, Flasheezy, etc).

“Photoshop Brush Junkies Rejoice! Get your daily fix of new Photoshop brushes and patterns from Brusheezy.com!”

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CSS3 is changing how we build websites. Even though many of us are still reluctant to start using CSS3 due to the lack of support in some browsers, there are those out there that are moving forward and doing some amazing stuff with its cool new features. No longer will we have to rely on so much JavaScript and images to create nice looking website elements such as buttons and menu navigations. So, in order to encourage you to start experimenting with CSS3, we’ve rounded up 12 excellent CSS3 button and menu techniques.

Radioactive Buttons

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Often used on e-commerce and large scale web sites, the mega menus become more popular in modern web design. They are a great and effective way to display large amount of content on your website while you keep a nice and clean layout.

With mega menu you will be able to improve the navigation and usability on your web sites. In this article I will show you some premium CSS only mega menus and the best features that each one has to offer.

CSS3 and HTML5 Mega Menus

iNav – CSS3 Mega Menu

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One of the most essential part of website is Navigation Menu, Navigation Menu guides visitors how to navigate, explore and interact with the other parts (web pages) of particular website, a navigation menu should be simple and easy to understand, should not conflict the mind of visitors.

SkyTechGeek explored numerous design sites and collected 21 beautiful high quality PSD files, so that users don’t need to explore hundred of Google Pages to find out an appropriate PSD file for their design, Designers and Web developers can use them in their upcoming projects and can give their websites stunning and beautiful look.

1. Simple Navigation Menu

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Google recently updated its all product with new design and also navigation menu in the top of the header. Most of the developers and me too likes google’s new nav menu and want to install this menu style to my blog. The simple code to add Google style navigation menu to header for blogspot user.

For Blogspot users:

1. Sign in to blogger.com

2. Go to design and Edit HTML (Note: Download template xml file with download full template)

3. Find  ]]></b:skin> and paste below code to above it. Read on »

When people are surfing the web they will get very impatient when they cannot find what they want quickly. Navigating the web has to make sense to the surfer and right away, so if the web design is done with this in mind, the layout of an effective website will have similarities to all the others.

You need to use standard conventional links like buttons underlining the text and changing the color. It is not such a good idea to use clever names for the links. Simple is good. Keep in mind the type of people who are going to visit your website and have it designed to suit them.

The elements of navigation are very important so whether you are trying to inform a person about a service or product, or trying to sell them this service or product, the web design for your links can be the important factor to consider. Read on »

Website navigation is our common communication system between all other web pages. Interlinking through unique identifiers (URLs) has worked for decades. If anything navigation links have been with the basics of web design since the early days. Through advancements in digital arts and design we have seen new practices bubbling up everywhere.

Accessibility has turned into a major concern for Internet browsers. With more users on their mobile phones and tablet devices it’s important to develop a navigation around common themes. Below are some themes repeated in modern designs for good, clear website navigation. Read on »