Microinteractions — UX Knowledge Base Sketch #10

A possible definition

According to Dan Saffer, “Microinteractions are contained product moments that revolve around a single use case — they have one main task.”

Microinteractions are great for adding

  • personality and
  • delight

to the design. As Nick Babich explains: “ These tiny moments add up to design to enhance your user experience by making the user interface less machine and more human.”

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