Transitions In UX Design

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This has made me think once again about what makes for a good user experience. Broadly speaking, it is pretty much all about reducing friction, to help people get from A to B in the most straightforward way possible. [/vc_column_text]

[vc_column_text]But is ‘good’ what we should all be aiming for? Why not aim a bit higher?[/vc_column_text]

[vc_column_text]So what makes a great user experience? I’d say it was all of the above – a friction-free journey – as well as a smattering of pleasant surprises along the way; surprises that delight the user. They say good design is invisible, but I think that great design can leave quite an impression on people.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”transparent” position=”center” up=”15″ down=”0″]

[blockquote text=”After a bit of a break I’m working on a new side project. It is in a very competitive space and I have decided that the user experience needs to be the core USP, for it to attract the kind of crowd – and content – required to establish a presence in the market.” show_quote_icon=”yes” text_color=”#e6ae48″][vc_separator type=”transparent” position=”center” up=”15″ down=”0″]

[vc_column_text]I’m constantly amazed by my own reaction to the little details in life. The smallest of things can have a disproportionate influence on how I perceive things, both positively and negatively. I’m a stickler for detail, and have been looking for examples of micro design, as a source of inspiration for my own project. [/vc_column_text]

[vc_column_text]To this end, two sites in particular have been particularly useful: Codepen, and CSSDeck. Many of these 17 examples can be found over there, and some are very lean indeed, using just CSS to achieve the desired effects. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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