User Interface (UI) Design in Motion

UI design is a form of communication that bridges the user with a digital product. The movement of images and text can be used to communicate complex ideas and concepts. Movement can also guide the user’s eye and influence their on-screen interactions. This chapter explores how to apply motion principles in user interfaces to provide feedback and show transition from one screen to the next.

At the completion of this chapter, you will be able to:

    Discuss the components of user experience (UX) design

    Discuss the benefits of incorporating motion into UI design

    Use the Graph Editor to fine-tune temporal interpolation

    Apply animation principles to UI graphic elements

    Build a basic motion ...

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