Static pictures and images can have a profound effect on a person. You can examine it, mull over its complexities, and lose yourself as you try to figure out the message that the artist has hidden within it. But we are not talking about art here. We are talking about web design. Most website owners are not interested in making a profound metaphysical impact on their visitors.
The idea behind a good website is to keep visitors going through the motions and interacting with the website. There are many viable methods that web designers can use to achieve user engagement, such as animated CSS and JS transitions. These slick animations act as a visual reward for a requested action. They offer immediate feedback.
In this article, we have collected some great examples of modern animations. Let's get right to it.
It is extremely important to include menu animations in today's web design. Animated menus provide users with feedback and offer a brief look into the general design of the website. More importantly, they are a gateway to quick and easy navigation that gets them to their desired content.
These days, menus are the first option for navigation. Because they are so fundamental for the user experience, it simply makes perfect sense to make them visually appealing and exciting. It is also a good move to provide users with animated feedback so that they know exactly where they are going. As the user hovers, the animations highlight and confirm the destination.
Full-Screen Pushing Navigation
Full screen push menus are a great way to raise user focus on navigating toward their next destination on the website. Once they have made the call to move past the current page, everything except the navigation menu becomes redundant.
This is precisely why these push screens are so effective. The only thing that the user has to do is click on the menu icon and everything else just disappears, leaving nothing apart from the navigation screen. This effect enables users to focus all of their attention on the single thing that they are currently interested in.
The most frequent transition effect used today is the hover response. It is very easy to implement and yet it is a highly appealing visual effect. On mobile devices, the mouse hover is generally replaced with a tactile touch. However, the animation still provides the same immediate feedback.