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Hover animations distract in a few ways: 1: Hover effects that interfere on your way to a target At that point they become like the canvassers that ambush you on the sidewalk when you're trying to go to a coffee shop. "Excuse me! Do you have a minute to look at some information I want to show you? How about making some things throb or jiggle?" Often this ...


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I think it depends on the nature of the site. If it's designed to be a fun, interactive experience then the heavy use of animations might be on target. If it's a task based website designed to lead the user through specific steps or a complex flow, I could see animations serving as a detriment. A great way to test this would be using heat map software like ...


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Such drop-down menus can be designed in many ways, I would prefer 2nd option for sake of clarity for user. Once a user hovers seeing the small 'down' arrow, the expectation is set that a menu will drop. And the menu corresponds to that label. Hence, they should look unified and appear single unit. Its possible by changing the color or adding contrasting ...


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Dark background In general when it comes to interfaces it's a good idea to make it obvious at a glance where you are. Using a dark background will make it obvious to you and anyone else who may glance at your screen that you are looking at the "Athi Net Solutions" menu item. I would also fix the width of the dark background so that the whole menu item has ...



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