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Any UI approach that employs back/next navigation is prone to confusion, especially in cases of multi-level page navigation. However, there are some usability benefits for back navigation simply because users are not enforced to navigate to the associated entry point from scratch. On the contrary, deep-navigation stacks have the inherit problem of making out ...
I think there is one problem with your solution. It's more important to reach the menu items in the local menu than it is to reach the main menu since the local menu usually contains short cuts to similar content as the page that I'm looking at. You are hiding the most relevant menu behind the hamburger icon. I would smash both the horsontal main menu ...
I'm sorry for not answering your question directly, but would like to raise an alarm regarding the proposed design. Consider someone is after an item as such: Menu7 > Secondary Menu4 > Sub4 On a desktop (based on your screen shot) it will take them 3 clicks. On a mobile device, it will take them: 1: Move to Menu 3+4 2: Move to menu 5+6 3: Move to menu ...
I agree with Jonathan Strate. Adding a small edit icon or link will help. It will also use less real-estate. How about something like this? Reference: http://dropdown-check-list.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/doc/dropdownchecklist.html
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