How can we make our design accessible while adding motion and gestures?

Swipe: A photo of moving your finger on the screen left to right or top to bottom and vice-versa. Tap: a photo of tapping a finger on the screen. Drag: d photo of dragging one element on the screen. Pinch: Photo of pinching on the screen to zoom out.
  • Provide alternative options to using gestures
  • Think Critically about the speed and duration of motion
  • Give users the ability to turn off a motion.

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