What are microinteractions?
Microinteractions refer to a product experience or interaction that has a single purpose: providing context signals for the user to convey status or help prevent errors. Microinteractions typically have four components: triggers, rules, feedback, and modes.
Why do microinteractions matter?
Being a tiny element or experience, why would microinteractions matter? These elements of design can be an attention to detail that can differentiate this experience from the competition or enhance the usability of a product. They can help give your customers information they need, provide relevant feedback to avoid continuous errors, and can even attract users' attention when needed.
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