Happy Friday! My latest UX animation video series was just released 🎉. In it, I cover six key principles for designing animation that supports your UX efforts. The first video is on directing attention with animation and it’s out for you to watch right now.
The principle of directing attention is all about using animation to draw the user’s eye to what is most important to them and help keep them in the flow. It’s a useful principle to keep in mind to avoid creating distraction with animation. Distracting people is usually the last thing you want to do! (You can check out the full series here.)
On to this week’s issue: we’ve got three very different styles of code-generated animation, a deeper look at the reduced motion with picture element technique, and a tutorial on a unique animated drag effect.
Until next week,
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