We’ve all seen great web pages that draw people in with animations and moving images. Although animation is certainly eye-catching, its misuse on a web page can have the opposite of the desired effect, putting people off and distracting them from important information about your company. Here are some examples of the best and worst web animation.

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Written by bOnline
845 days ago

Very true, and not to mention certain smartphones aren't compatible with Flash at all! I think Steve Jobs killed Flash when he refused to make the iPhone compatible with it, and the amount of non-compatible devices in circulation is only going up. I think it's time to let go of Flash for good.



Written by bigmoneyweb
845 days ago

Flash – Unless you’re Madonna or Coke, you can probably probably skip that all-Flash Web site. One study showed that 25% of their visitors left IMMEDIATELY after landing on their cool Flash intro page. That’s a huge number to me. Search engines ONLY see text. By not having any text on your homepage, you’re missing out on potential customers/visitors. Thanks for sharing.



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