Good mobile app development needs to feature a great interface design and an engaging user experience, but people also judge by appearances. Developers need to make sure their app is beautiful enough to stand out in a crowded marketplace. On all counts, animations can help. UI animations can help reduce cognitive load when used correctly, draw and direct the attention of users, and make it easier to navigate an interface.
To win over customers, we advise developers on how to integrate animations into their UIs. Get it right, and it will work. Yet using too many animations or using them in the wrong places, can cause an unpleasant or distracting experience.
So, when animations are suitable? This post brings together some best practices to use animation in mobile apps and teach you how to create an app interface. Take a look at the below articles for guiding on incorporating motion to your interfaces.
01. Animated app launch screens
Studies show that people expect apps to be loaded immediately, but this is not always possible with complex mobile apps. Loading animations can disturb the users and shorten the load time. There are many different animation options for load screens.
Other designers like to become more creative and connect their animation to the theme of the app itself or the rest of the branding.
02. Animated login screens
Some apps request users to log in before they start. Background illustration can help to create a login screen and keep new users on the side to take the time to log in.
Enhance an animated login screen to distract the viewers while checking the username and password they entered.
03. Animated onboarding screens
Software developers comprehend the onboarding process’s importance. This gives advantages for first-time users to familiarize themselves with the app. If … Read the rest