Short note on prefers-reduced-motion and puzzled (Windows) users

With prefers-reduced-motion (part of CSS Media Queries Level 5’s User Preferences Media Features) it’s possible to easily suppress, or provide alternatives to, unnecessary and problematic animation effects on websites, based on whether or not users have set the relevant preference (in their browser or operating system). Though slightly older, James Craig’s Responsive Design for Motion … Continue reading Short note on prefers-reduced-motion and puzzled (Windows) users