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Angela Fabunan
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Jan 4, 2024 ⋅ 7 min read

Every common UI menu icon and its use case

Angela Fabunan Angela Fabunan is the author of two books. She writes about UX design, travel, SEO, and Content Marketing. She is a multi-awarded poet known in small circles for her work on diasporic literature, women’s literature, and 20th Century Philippine Poetry in English.

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2 Replies to "Every common UI menu icon and its use case"

  1. “… iconic picture a hamburger brings to your head: patty, meat, patty.”

    That’s just three layers of beef!

    1. Whoops, that’s true! Thanks for catching that. It’s updated now — although since the three lines are uniform, maybe they do look more like three layers of the same thing!

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