When creating conceptual animation, you can stretch the rules. It can be unusual, spectacular, and extremely difficult to implement in code. Such interfaces often remain at a prototype stage or get simplified to a great extent.
Feel free to create conceptual animation if:
- you need to impress your audience or investors;
- you want to demonstrate new and original interface interactions;
- you want to make an impressive portfolio to attract customers;
- you crave for programmers' tears, mmm yummy.
Conceptual projects do not always remain at a prototype stage, and such platforms as awwwards
provide many good examples of such animations. The FUI (futuristic user interface)
is the embodiment of abstract and conceptual design, which is used in cinema, advertising and exhibitions. Unfortunately, in real life, such interfaces are useless.