Carousel (UI)

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A carousel optimizes screen space by displaying only a subset of images from a collection of images in a cyclic view. The navigational controls on a carousel suggests additional content that is not currently visible, this encourages the user to continue exploring.


a subtopic of User Interface Design (UI)

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a subtopic of User Interface Animation

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is User experience

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a subtopic of User interface (UI)

In the industrial design field of human-computer interaction, a user interface (UI) is the space wher...

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