CSS Hamburger Navigation Animations Examples


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Navigation for the user is the primary responsibility of each and every site and app designers. After all users once lost, then cool dynamic efficiency, then interesting content are also meaningless. Even if we have a site search function, nor can the search box as a unique tool for user navigation. Most designers are aware of this, and your site design navigation menu.

The importance of navigation menu has been self-evident, every website or software we usually encounter in both its existence; but not all of the navigation menu are designed to be accurate. We also found that users often due to improper design and navigation confusing, difficult to handle, or even do not know where to navigate.

Vertical Layout with Navigation

See the Pen Vertical Layout with Navigation by Ettrics (@ettrics) on CodePen.


Full Page Intro & Navigation

See the Pen Full Page Intro & Navigation by CodyHouse (@codyhouse) on CodePen.


Material Design Hamburger

See the Pen Material Design Hamburger by Chris Wheatley (@swirlycheetah) on CodePen.


Hamburger Menu (with cheese)

See the Pen Hamburger Menu (with cheese) by Michael Smart (@mikedevelops) on CodePen.


Menu icon animation (updated)

See the Pen Menu icon animation (updated) by Marius Balaj (@mariusbalaj) on CodePen.


Hamburger Menu – HTML, CSS & jQuery

See the Pen Hamburger Menu – HTML, CSS & jQuery by Glenn Smith (@g13nn) on CodePen.


Animated Hamburger Menu

See the Pen Animated Hamburger Menu by Husni Munaya (@husnimun) on CodePen.


Menu “Hamburger” Icon Animations

See the Pen Menu “Hamburger” Icon Animations by Jesse Couch (@designcouch) on CodePen.


Drawn Hamburger Transition

See the Pen Drawn Hamburger Transition by Jesse Couch (@designcouch) on CodePen.


Gooey Menu

See the Pen Gooey Menu by Lucas Bebber (@lbebber) on CodePen.


Pure CSS Hamburger fold-out menu

See the Pen Pure CSS Hamburger fold-out menu by Erik Terwan (@terwanerik) on CodePen.


The Hamburger Menu

See the Pen The Hamburger Menu by Matthew Blode (@mblode) on CodePen.


Atomic Hamburger Menu CSS

See the Pen Atomic Hamburger Menu CSS by Alex Coven (@alcoven) on CodePen.


SVG CSS3 Menu / Burger Button

See the Pen SVG CSS3 Menu / Burger Button by Kyle Henwood (@kyleHenwood) on CodePen.


Pure CSS Fullscreen Navigation Menu

See the Pen Pure CSS Fullscreen Navigation Menu by Brenden Palmer (@brenden) on CodePen.


Awesome Bootstrap 3 Sidebar Navigation

See the Pen Awesome Bootstrap 3 Sidebar Navigation by Jay Holtslander (@j_holtslander) on CodePen.






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