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Published on March 13, 2014

Author: RosettaMktg

Source: slideshare.net

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Now that more designers are adopting a mobile-first approach, traditional websites are changing. But does it make sense to put mobile design elements in a traditional web context? A mobile-centric approach might make sense to UX practitioners, but what about our users?

Rosetta’s user research team led a discussion on how mobile designs are affecting traditional websites, focusing on the use of the hamburger-style navigation menu. They will share the results of user testing to illustrate how people respond to mobile design elements in a web-based context.

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