An Introduction to the Reduced Motion Media Query | CSS-Tricks

The open web’s success is built on interoperable technologies. The ability to control animation now exists alongside important features such as zooming content, installing extensions, enabling high contrast display, loading custom stylesheets, or disabling JavaScript. Sites all too often inundate their audiences with automatically playing, battery-draining, resource-hogging animations. The need for people being able toContinue reading “An Introduction to the Reduced Motion Media Query | CSS-Tricks”

An Introduction to the Reduced Motion Media Query | CSS-Tricks

A brief history of Reduced Motion When it was released in 2013, iOS 7 featured a dramatic reworking of the operating system’s visuals. Changes included translucency and blurring, a more simplified “flat” user interface, and dramatic motion effects such as full-screen zooming and panning. While the new look was largely accepted, some people using theContinue reading “An Introduction to the Reduced Motion Media Query | CSS-Tricks”