I have a bunch of athletes that have their faces linking to their bios. On desktop computers where users don't have the ability to touch-swipe, arrows take over the job.
My question is this: how fast should the scrolling be?
- The website is responsive, so when the screen is less wide, the animation appears to move faster.
- The animation will occur at 60fps
- The browser's native horizontal scrollbar is not to be visible
- The animation does not need to be constant-speed, tweening is possible if the usability gain is worth the implementation cost.