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Many of us perform countless micro interaction every day without realizing it. Anytime you engage in a simple, quick movement ( such as your locked phone screen action ) you are having a micro-interaction. Our mission is to create fluidity in every interaction. A user performs an action to which interface performs a reaction to let the user know that they have successfully performed an action.
The house cleaning micro interaction includes
Trigger: This is what initiates the action. On most interfaces, this includes clicking or touching the specific elements of the interface.
Rules: Rules prescribe the condition for a micro interaction to happen.
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Feedback: Feedback helps users to understand that the necessary rules were engaged by the trigger and that the micro-interaction is successful.
Loops & Modes: The purpose of loop is to determine the duration of interaction while modes takes care of less common action that help users to continue with the process.
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