The days of animation-heavy websites are fading, but there is still something to be said for a site with small amounts of subtle, eye-catching motion to help users interpret interfaces. In this course, I will show you practical ways to create animations for buttons, pricing tables, and other web elements, using concise CSS and jQuery to do so.
Learn CSS: The Complete Guide
1.Introduction3 lessons, 07:12
2.Animation Refreshers2 lessons, 15:09
3.Button Animations12 lessons, 1:53:20
4.Image Animations3 lessons, 25:57
5.Other Web Elements6 lessons, 1:07:16
6.Bonus Projects3 lessons, 26:43
7.Bonus Projects II3 lessons, 33:50
8.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:39
Hello and welcome to Practical Web Animation. My name is Craig Campbell. In this course, we're going to take a look at some every day uses of animation in web design. The techniques that we use to animate are not going to be complicated at all. We're going to use CSS and some very simple jQuery to create our animations. And we're going to talk about some creative ways that we can use animation without going overboard. So thank you so much for watching, and in the next lesson we'll get started.