Carousel (UI)

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A carousel optimizes screen space by displaying only a subset of images from a collection of images in a cyclic view. The navigational controls on a carousel suggests additional content that is not currently visible, this encourages the user to continue exploring.


subtopic of User Interface Design (UI)

User interface design (UI) or user interface engineering is the design of user interfaces for machine...

subtopic of User Interface Animation

UI animation can be defined as the implementation of motion in order to enhance the overall presentat...

subtopic of User interface (UI)

In the industrial design field of human-computer interaction, a user interface (UI) is the space wher...

is User experience

User experience (UX or UE) is about how a user interacts with, and experiences, a particular product,...

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cons given in Should I Use A Carousel?

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A carousel to briefly tell you why not to use a carousel.

treated in 9 UX Requirements for Designing a User-Friendly Homepage Carousel (If You Need One)

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Carousels are declining in popularity on e-commerce sites, especially on the homepage. Our most recen...

cons given in An Exploration Of Carousel Usage On Mobile E-Commerce Websites

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Does this title make you skeptical? I would have been too before I saw the research that led to this...

cons given in Image Carousels and Sliders? Don't Use Them. (Here's why.)

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Repeat after me: "Image sliders and carousels kill conversions." Yeah, you might like them. They look...