Animated interfaces present barriers to many people with disabilities, but cognitive benefits to others. Learn how you can get the best of both worlds by making your interface animation accessible.
My collection of links about web animation, including accessibility
Val Head’s excellent book on how to design purposeful and good-looking animation for your interface. Covers principles of animation, how to prototype and include in a design system, plus excellent examples.
Rachel Nabor’s wonderful book covers how our brains perceive motion, plus how to decide on which animation projects to tackle, and resources and tools you’ll need to get started.
Eric Bailey’s second deep dive into how to use the prefers-reduced-motion query effectively. The comments have good suggestions as well, and the first article (linked early in this one) is also worth reading even though the support information is out of date now.