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Single page design - is there a need for a menu?


I'm designing a responsive single-page portfolio website.

The content is one and a half pages long on desktop. (So half a page below the fold) and in mobile view about the size of 4 pages will be below the fold.

As the content is not that huge I got rid of the menu. What do you think? Was this a clever idea or rather an absolute no go?

Cheers Marc

I would say as long as the user knows there is content below the fold then it will be fine. Something like an arrow to indicate more content is below take a look at this site I know it does have a menu, but the arrow bottom right is what I mean.