Rachel Nabors, author of Animation at Work (A Book Apart, 2017) stops by The Big Web Show to discuss how animation can help ease cognitive load in UX; creating the illusion of life; developing data to make the case for animation; pattern libraries; prototyping; and the link between animation and music.
Rachel Nabors has been an award-winning cartoonist and graphic novelist, who parlayed her storytelling skills into a web design and development career. She has done projects with Mozilla, been an invited expert to the W3C, and currently works at Microsoft. Rachel tends the web animation community via the Animation at Work Slack and her web animation newsletter.
Links for this episode:
- Rachel Nabors: Award-winning cartoonist turned digital storyteller. - Rachel Nabors, award-winning cartoonist turned digital storyteller.
- Rachel Nabors (@rachelnabors) | Twitter
- A Book Apart, Animation at Work
- Invite user
- Web Animation Weekly
- Lightning Design System
- Rachel Nabors - Wikiwand
- DevTools Challenger
- Designing Safer Web Animation For Motion Sensitivity · An A List Apart Article