UI Interactions & Animations Roundup #4

A fresh dose of inspiration to get you updated on the latest UI animation and interaction trends.
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Here’s a packed collection of animation and interaction inspiration for you. In our 4th roundup we explore the freshest UI and website concept goodness which includes some true gems that will get you excited about the new trends. Some personal favorites are “GC Studio Site” by Nathan Riley, “Music of Plants” by Nino Lekveishvili and “Artist’s portfolio site” by Toma Li. Get creative with those transitions and animations and don’t be afraid to be bold!

We hope you enjoy this roundup and get some fruitful inspiration!

Urban Jungle – Landing Page

by Outcrowd

M. Editorial Website Scroll Animation

by Zhenya Rynzhuk

Portrait Woman ui

by tamo

Helvetica&…™ Future Waves.

by MadeByStudioJQ

Artist’s portfolio site

by Toma Li

Music Player – Vinyls

by Khonok Lee

Coworking Home Page

by Barthelemy Chalvet

GC Studio Site

by Nathan Riley

2020 fashion

by Helena Stretovych

Parallax Slider

by Giulio Cuscito

Peridot Mgmt

by Clay Boan

Soul+A Website | Water Animation

by Ivan Lauer

The Second life of the Food Animation

by Zhenya Rynzhuk

Neil deGrass Tyson // Transition

by Serhii Polyvanyi

gaph.or

by Andrew Baygulov

3D Hero Explorations Slider Animation

by Zhenya Rynzhuk

Luxam Gallery

by Advanced Team

99 Symptoms – BOX ®

by Kulikov Ilya

Mix & Match

by Dinos&Teacups

Layout #3 / Music of Plants

by Nino Lekveishvili

House Booking interaction mobile KIT onboarding illustrations

by Taras Migulko

blind – shop

by Helena Stretovych

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ML is a freelance web designer and developer with a passion for interaction design. She studied Cognitive Science and Computational Logic and has a weakness for the smell of freshly ground peppercorns.

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