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My navbar changes on scroll - hiding all links and just showing our contact details.

Docked:

Docked navigation, showing all options

On scroll:

Scrolled, the nav shows contact information

Is this a good idea? Bad idea?

The objective is to drive phone calls and contact form submissions, but will this create a poor user experience?

  • Did you consider putting "on scroll elements" on top of the "docked UI"? – tridip1931 Mar 27 at 7:26
  • So the header changes from full content/page width to a mobile header when you scroll down? – Kevin M. Mar 27 at 10:51
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    I would hazard that this is a poor user experience, you're pre-judging that the action you want the user to take, is the one they want to take, by removing other options you are limiting the users choice and running the risk of creating a frustrating user experience. – DarrylGodden Mar 27 at 16:16
  • Why not just have it with the navbar? So you can allow users the freedom to chose wtv they want. Certainly, you won't be getting more inquiries and calls by hiding the rest of the nav items. – Nicolas Hung Mar 27 at 21:35
  • Thanks for all your comments. I really appreciate it. Some good feedback. Looks like the overwhelming consensus is: this would negatively impact user experience. A better option is to add the undocked elements to the docked navbar so the option is there, but our users can browse the other pages if they wish. It also does look a lot like a mobile navbar, which may cause some confusion. – Still Learning Mar 27 at 22:58

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