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Causal effects and decorative animations

Causal effects and decorative animations: Motion Design with CSS
Causal effects and decorative animations: Motion Design with CSS

Causal effects indicate when an action or element has caused something else to happen. For example, a loader or spinner animation indicates when an image or video has begun loading. On the other hand, decorative animations like a button’s hover effect don’t add any value to the content and are typically unnecessary in the overall user experience.

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