On Scroll Hijacking(trentwalton.com)

over 7 years ago from Henrique Alves, UX & prototyping

  • Bryant HughesBryant Hughes, over 7 years ago

    Trent isn't saying Apple doesn't have the right to choose what is the best way to display their product on their site, he's just saying that he disagrees with the approach from an experience standpoint. Neither does he say that impressing future buyers isn't important. Again, his point is that from an experience standpoint, the distraction caused by hijacking basic input controls on the web outweighs the appeal of clever interactions, and that clever interactions (in his opinion) are better suited for other mediums (slides, movies, etc) which don't allow for as much input from a user.

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