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Transitions in UX Designs

Transitions in UX Designs

There are software that outperform others. Whether it’s in terms of content, usability, design, features etc. I believe that details in interaction design and animation make a fundamental difference in the realm of industrial software applications.

When we design software products, we often use design applications like Illustrator. Most people who have been in the business for a few years know that design is more than just visual representation. Still they are creating static designs. Steve Jobs said:

“Design is much more than how something looks like and feels like, design is how it works.”

Our experiences and impressions of products are shaped by a combination of different factors with interaction playing a fundamental role in it. No longer can we think of user interfaces as static designs and add the magic of interaction later on. Instead we need to embrace the interactive nature of the program from the very beginning and think of it as natural constituent.

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