The effect of animation is an inseparable link in the user experience design, and in the interaction of the mobile end, the dynamic effect is the lubricant for the transfer and the important link of the link. Whether it’s sending information, opening settings, selecting elements, and navigating to the next page, when these changes occur, dynamic effects make all this less abrupt, natural transition, state change, and more clear understanding of the current state, which is the best way.
In today’s article, we present as much as possible the common functions and functions of animation and dynamic effects in vision and interaction.
Present system state
When users interact with the interface by interacting with each other, they want to see a visual response – the entire interactive system should clearly indicate that it has received the request and handles it. Here are some common situations where dynamic feedback can benefit users.
Confirm user behavior. After receiving feedback from users, the system receives feedback from users through dynamic response. Visual feedback prevents users from doing more operations.
Notify the user of the results of their interaction.
The drop-down refreshes the update content. The visual feedback, represented by the load indicator, tells the user that the system has already begun processing the previous request.
Subtle animation can help users understand what is happening.
Wait for the animation when the content is loaded. Loading is not necessarily boring. Nowadays, almost all of APP will organize users to leave with the help of subtle animation when loading. Loading animation gives users the visual feedback that information is loading progressively, so users will feel that time is not actually so fast in the process.
Different steps in multiple steps with dynamic action
In some cases, the user needs a series of steps to complete the operation. The steps and steps need to be connected. With the help of animation, the user will connect the process together and complete the whole process smoothly.
The following example shows how animation connects linear events.
Designers can use animations to create progressive forms. Progressive presentation can reduce the amount of information displayed at once, making the interface more smooth and easy to learn. The following is a case of progressive presentation of information: