Which menu is best?

My thoughts are that #1 looks nicer, but #2 doesn't require visitors to scroll to see the entire menu, so better UX.

Wuddya you think, fediverse?

@kev I'm not a fan of the scroll. But if you let it wrap, maybe 1
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@piggo I thought about letting it wrap, but that then take a lot of above the fold space on mobile devices.

@piggo hmmm (thinking aloud here) maybe a media query that gets rid of the "button" layout on smaller screens...

@kev @piggo And has a max-height for the buttons, with vertical scroll?

@kev reducing the gaps is one idea yeah
what you can also possibly do is have a "show more" thing. But I quite like the icons, wouldn't get rid of these
@piggo @kev more things should have hamburger buttons. my fridge should have one.

@thor @kev @piggo More things should have menu bars: hamburger menus are very disorganized and hard to find things in.
And my fridge should just keep the knob for adjusting the thermostat and lever for turning the ice machine on and off.

@swiley @kev @piggo but i just want a button that gives me a hamburger to eat...

@piggo I hate hamburger menus. They're bad for accessibility too.

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