Scrolling animation can be a great way to provide more interest for your users and to make your websites more interactive. The idea is that, as a user scrolls through the site, different animations get triggered. The animations can take a variety of forms and can be used for different purposes: to draw attention to certain elements, to tell a story in an engaging way, and so on.
But how do you create these effects? In this article, you'll discover three comprehensive courses that will help you understand scrolling animation and be able to use it in your web design projects.
In this course, you'll get to work on three projects that will teach you how to create programmatic animations, in real-world scenarios, using the GreenSock Animation Platform. You'll learn how to create an animated preloader, an SVG logo animation, and a custom content slider.
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