Adding Filters to Search Inputs, Animated Scroll Down Anchors, Social Share Grids, Understanding CSS3 Animations...
Search on the web has gone far beyond simply going to search engines to find information. In order to dig deeper and find content more relevant to search queries, website visitors are increasingly searching through actual websites themselves for that right piece of content they're looking for. To take that a step further, it is possible to add filters to your search inputs so your website visitors can further specify the content they are looking for. This allows you to deliver a better web experience that provides the visitor with the content they are looking for at a much faster rate.
Contemporary web design is all about providing a simplified and direct user experience. For many websites, this means having clear actions that you expect users to undertake. One such action is the arrow that indicates a user should scroll down to continue reading. This type of UI elements is typically associated with large hero or sectional containers that are often full-width and full-height. The arrow indicates to the user that more content lies below the fold and that, by clicking on the anchor link, they will be taken to next appropriate section.