Why it is Okay to Scroll

Saves Loading Time

Reduces additional Decision making

Avoids Redundant information

Increase in tabs/pages = Increase in anxiousness

Users are used to Scrolling

Responsive Design

Touch Sensory Appeal

Eliminates Design Choices

Occupies real estate

Some trade-offs

Overcoming the trade-offs

When should you not include scrolling

I hope this article inspires you to create your next dashboard or web application with the feature of scrolling.

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UX Designer at Amazon. YouTuber at /paviarav.

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