In this screencast tutorial we're going to prototype an app UI animation. We'll take a Photoshop layout, then bring it to life using Adobe After Effects.
Prototyping interfaces with After Effects is a great way of exploring complex animations, either for your own experiments or presenting to a client. It's a very popular approach these days, and a quick search on Dribbble will reveal loads of UI animation examples, many of which have been made with After Effects.
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The files for this tutorial contain a number of assets, listed below:
- Image from unsplash.com
- iPhone 5 model which I used to render the smartphone mockup
- Source files on GitHub
If you're new to After Effects, we'd recommend a number of introductory tutorials to get you up to speed with After Effects basics:
If you're interested in getting some help with your After Effects project, Envato Studio has a great collection of Video After Effects services that you might like to explore. You could also take a look at the After Effects Project Files on Envato Market.
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