Menus appear at multiple levels of a site's navigation and hierarchy. At the top level, every page has the global navigation menus display. Within a page, specific areas may have local navigation menus, and specific elements of a page (such as a row of a table) may have application menus for taking action on those elements.
- Creating Accessible Menus and Mega Menus by Level Access explains how to make menus that behave the way users expect, regardless of their accessibility needs.
- Great Alternatives to Hamburger Menus by UX Planet lists a number of menu alternatives for global and local navigation when you don't want your mobile experience stuffed in a hamburger menu.
- The Ultimate Guide to the Hamburger Menu by Yinmeng Zhang at Apptimize.