A product’s checkout page is one of the most important things for both the user and the product team. It’s important for the user because it’s the page that will instill trust in the product. It’s important for the product team because it’s the last barrier of acquiring those users and all-important revenue.
“Improve the payment experience with animations” by Michaël Villar This article is a few months old but it’s great at illustrating the importance of subtle animation in web and app design. It outlines some of the animations Stripe Checkout uses to improve user understanding and experience. With the right animations, you can make things clearer, … Continue reading Improving user experience with animation
After I redesigned the “How Does Akismet Work” page, I realized the spam sorter graphic was just itching to be animated. Converting the main machine box into a gif with some flashing lights was easy enough. The conveyor belt is what gave me some trouble. I’m posting my solution here because the bug I came across was something so simple to fix and I just didn’t see it.