Let’s go down the memory lane when professional webpages were made up of simple text, basic hyperlinks with one or two images. The few advanced ones at times displayed a homepage along with digital tune in the background. Even earlier in this decade the basic formula of creating a website was to focus on providing information to the visitor. Though the web designs had improved immensely, better imagery work was used, and user friendly menus had been introduced the goal was to essentially provide information on static pages.
However users’ expectations from websites have evolved over the years; they expect to have an interactive experience each time they visit the website. Web designing has kept up to the expectations and has evolved to take the visual storytelling experience to the next level. Animations have now become a huge part of this new design philosophy.
Why Use Animations?
A number of interactive elements are used for designing a webpage, from these elements animations particularly stand out. Some of the major benefits of using animations are:
- Animations are useful for drawing user attention towards webpage elements, they are also useful in guiding visitors through a process. Presenting them the next step that they should take for browsing through the website.
- Animations visually attract the users and tell a story. These visuals keep the users engaged for a longer period. They help in generating curiosity for the website.
- With the growing usage of simplistic, flat, modern design, a number of visual cues are being removed from webpages. Introducing animations without actually changing the aesthetics of the website helps in improving the visitor’s website experience.
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