5 Cool Examples of Microinteractions for a Better WordPress UX

They say the devil is in the details, but that is not true when it comes to user experience. A good microinteraction should facilitate or embellish an otherwise tedious task in a very subtle way—a bad microinteraction can ruin your experience with a website or product. Even though they’re “micro,” it doesn’t mean that microinteractions […]

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