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Luke Wroblewski introduced Skeleton Screens in 2013 through his work on the Polar app, later…



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Parimala Hariprasad A skeleton screen is essentially a blank version of a page into which information is gradually loaded. Luke Wroblewski introduced Skeleton Screens in 2013 through his work on the Polar app, later acquired by Google. I also wrote a short write-up on ‘Facilitating Better Interactions Using Skeleton Screens’ last year by applying it to mobile apps. Following Luke’s work and Medium’s implementation of skeleton screens for images, Linked In implemented it roughly a year ago. The Linked In