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Quick showcase of a navigation component we worked on as a part of a redesign of an online testing web application.
I've been trying to build components that allow for sloppy interaction, even with a pointer. Accessible experiences provide better interaction for users without accessibility problems too. I feel like it's the same with touch interfaces: things that work great on touch are easier to navigate on with a mouse too (to a certain extent).
I love how a few front-end choices can make a web app feel much more like a native one. In this case, each list item contains a full width and height link with a prominent hover state.