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Great User Experiences with Ghost Elements

Using Ghost Elements in your UX

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Perhaps you have already heard of this concept: UI skeletons or ghost elements?

I prefer the term ‘ghosts’ instead of skeletons; perhaps because of the eerie connotations 👻 and the smiles invoked when using that…

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Thomas Burleson

Thomas Burleson

Solutions architect expert in NextJS, React and Angular solutions. Formerly a Principal Architect @ Nrwl.io, Team Lead for Angular, Google.

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