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Probably you should start exploring few things at your end first, Such as What am I creating? & What value it Provides? If you are creating a webpage which serves the purpose of showing information about ones particular services and about the brand/company then there is no point choosing either one between the two. Instead you should probably re-think ...


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I'm so glad, somebody raises that question. It's Microsoft's fault that you have to write such a long question, because they created that inconsistent mess. Everything started with Microsoft making cross platform + touch input the top priority for Windows 8 and future Windows releases. That brang us a Windows experience that was consistent with Windows ...


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The accordion menu expands its height for navigation through the levels. As your space has more height than width, it may be a good idea to use it, especially if you aim to not expand beyond the designated space. Here is a good example of a 3 level depth accordion Dropdown menus can have different configurations, however, they always visually expand beyond ...


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If space allows always show navigation options. Visibility is always better then discoverability. Besides, when you show navigation options you construct 'the space made of information' in the heads of the visitors. When you say Blog, Programs / activities / events, Podcast, Newsletter (maybe not in this order) I immediately think about music school, ...


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