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7 Unheard Principles of Using Animation in UX

7 Unheard Principles of Using Animation in UX

We all have seen cartoons during our childhood days. Some of us even enjoy cartoons till now like Tom and Jerry, Right!  But have you ever wondered how these cartoons look so real? This real effect given by the cartoon is called Animation, an approach where photos appear to be in motion. The definition of animation goes by the process of display of a sequence of static images or pictures in a rapid movement to create an illusion of motion. It is a simulation of action created by a series of images. Now a days, static images are not enough for better user experience. The focus on animation has become an important part of designing to entice and attract customers. For this, it is important to know the principles of using animation in UX. What would you prefer, a book to read history or a video to view history? Surely, anybody would pick a video over a book? And here comes the User Experience into play. Also, according to some statistics it has been found that animated explanations and guidance videos have led to an increase in leads and conversions in online stores. With the rapid increase and change in technology, designers are utilizing UX animation principles to improve user experience and influence the behavior of the customers.  Want to know what these principles are?  We bring you the seven basic principles that is used by the top designers to help you with the UX design and experience. Principles of UX Animation 1 Timing Timing is the number of frames (time) required for an object to move. In a...