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Responsive scrollytelling best practices

Responsive scrollytelling best practices

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The main advantage of starting with mobile first is that it forces you to pare down your experience to the nuts and bolts... Once you commmit to scrollytelling, you have two mobile choices: keep it scrolly, or stack it... preserve the scroll is if the transitions are truly meaningful, and not just something to make it pop. Seeing change over time or spatial movement are some good justifications for this... But sometimes doing a series of stacked charts is the way to go.

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