In education, the more you hold someone’s hand, the less their brain will engage. The same goes for onboarding — if you keep spoonfeeding users solutions, don’t be surprised when they can’t pick up a knife and fork. That’s why it’s better to give information as gradual hints, so new users can more deeply retain what they’ve learned.
…ally to work on the web, or to modern tools. Some matter more than others for animating interfaces. A solid understanding of Timing, Follow-through, Appeal, Anticipation and Squash and Stretch will be useful in web design, for example. While concepts like Staging and Solid Drawing, however, aren’t as useful.