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Micro interactive elements were first seen in 2015. It gained popularity ever since simply because the interactions empower the users in a way. A user needs to perform a task such as clicking the like button. That’s it.
Every day, we see several micro interactions, especially on Facebook and Twitter. Some interactions are too small to even notice.
On websites, the interactions are divided into small segments so that the user can easily digest them in. In this way, he or she may choose which actions to interact with. This includes parallax adoption or the movements of specific elements as you scroll down or move right or left.