From a motion design perspective, Facebook.com is phenomenally static. It’s purposefully dumbed down for the broadest levels of compatibility and user comfort. Facebook’s iOS apps, on the other hand, are fluid. They prioritize the design of motion; they feel like living, breathing apps.
This article serves to demonstrate that this dichotomy does not need to exist; websites can benefit from the same level of interactive and performant motion design found on mobile apps.
Before diving into examples, let’s first address why motion design is so beneficial:
•Improved feedback loopsAs a UI and UX designer, you should use patterns as much as possible since users will be subconsciously looking for them. ...