Sure, animations bring web pages to life. But for far too long, you needed to virtually channel Victor Frankenstein (pronounced Frahnk-en-steen) just to juggle all the elements necessary for handling a proper integration across browser platforms.
Hero images or hero sections impose limitations. That’s their main power. It’s simply impossible to convey more than one idea through a hero section. You can only ask the visitor to do one thing, or show them one thing. Trying to split your hero image in two would just look silly.
Ah, the fold. Bane of many a UXers conversation with their teams and clients. Subject of satirical, tongue-in-cheek websites. Several actually. So what’s the deal? It’s 2016, is there a fold on the web?