Five Ways To Animate Responsibly

Jared Spool

February 23rd, 2018

In this week’s article Rachel Nabors talks about animating responsibly.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

If an animation doesn’t help the user in some way, by showing them where they are or how two elements on a page relate to each other, then it’s using up battery juice and processing cycles solely for the purpose of delight. Hardly the best use of resources.

Rather than animating solely for the sake of delight, we should first be able to articulate two things the animation does for the user.

Read the article: Five Ways To Animate Responsibly

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