Transitions are animations used to keep users oriented during user interface state changes and object manipulations, and make those changes feel smooth instead of jarring. The best transitions feel natural, often giving the illusion that users are interacting with real-world objects.
Conclusion Animations and transitions are an effective way to communicate information visually that would otherwise require text to explain or might be missed by users. It has been seen that the best animations and transitions are used to communicate to users non-verbally, and to make state changes more natural and less noticeable. in order to make a program appear easier to understand, it has been seen that a well designed transition and animations are a great way to style your program They can make the user experience more immersive and engaging by giving it a natural, real-world feel.
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