Although accordions can streamline lengthy content pages and reduce scrolling, they compromise content visibility and raise the cost of interaction. On the desktop, reserve the use of accordions for content-rich pages where users won’t need to access information under multiple accordion sections.
While accordions add a visually rich experience, it is not healthy for a content-rich page. Avoid using accordions when:
- Users require access to the majority of the content.
- The page displays minimal visible content.
- The content is intricate, featuring multiple levels.
- Effectively chunking the content proves challenging.
- Prioritizing an uninterrupted reading flow is essential.
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