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  • Top right icon

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    "A mobile optimised website with the traditional "hamburger" menu in the top right of the screen. While on smaller device it's still comfortably accessible, those with larger devices will possibly find it just out of reach."
  • Bottom right icon

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    Shifting the navigational element of a website to the bottom of the screen as opposed to the top, could potentially accommodate us regular length thumb users.
  • Bottom right icon - whole bar clickable

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    Cosider smaller thumb users, this option presents the whole bottom menu as a clickable bar making it easier for users with a size disadvantage in thumb length.

A look at how big your thumb is

A prototype best viewed on a large screen mobile device to rest menu placement and how it affects usability.

This experiment supports the blog post New phones make my thumb feel inadequate by James Ing

read about this experiment
  • Top right icon

    View example
     
     
    "A mobile optimised website with the traditional "hamburger" menu in the top right of the screen. While on smaller device it's still comfortably accessible, those with larger devices will possibly find it just out of reach."
  • Bottom right icon

    View example
     
     
    Shifting the navigational element of a website to the bottom of the screen as opposed to the top, could potentially accommodate us regular length thumb users.
  • Bottom right icon - whole bar clickable

    View example
     
     
    Cosider smaller thumb users, this option presents the whole bottom menu as a clickable bar making it easier for users with a size disadvantage in thumb length.