Tag: animation

This post was originally published here #Introduction Recently I’ve been studying motion and I wanted to write a post regarding what I’ve learned primarily regarding easing. I stumbled upon Rachel Smith’s beginner post on easing, a couple weeks ago which was really eye-opening. Starting out, these tips were really helpful and spurred more research on the mechanics and…

Issara WillenskomerFollow I write and lead workshops on the topic of motion and usability. www.uxinmotion.net Mar 31, 2017 Creating Usability with Motion: The UX in Motion Manifesto The following manifesto represents my answer to the question — “As a UX or UI, designer, how do I know when and where to implement motion to support usability?” Over…

posted by Medium GIFs today, Interactive user-interface components tomorrow We believe that designers should own their design all the way to production. While today’s tools help you communicate with developers, we aim to put you in charge. No coding, but a new generation of stronger visual tools. Imagine having coding skills, without the need to code….

LottieEasily add high-quality animation to any native app. Lottie is an iOS, Android, and React Native library that renders After Effects animations in real time, allowing apps to use animations as easily as they use static images.   Why Lottie? Flexible After Effects features We currently support solids, shape layers, masks, alpha mattes, trim paths,…

Courtesy of the amazing Pixate app Easing Curves What is an easing curve? Objects in real life don’t start or stop moving suddenly and generally don’t move at a constant speed or rate. Easing curves are algorithms used to emulate natural movements. Adding these to your animations can make your prototype feel more “alive”. Ease in,…

Easing functions specify the speed of animation to make the movement more natural. Real objects don’t just move at a constant speed, and do not start and stop in an instant. This page helps you choose the right easing function. Source: Easing Functions Cheat Sheet

MOTION V2 IS NOW AVAILABLE! Since the initial launch of Motion V1 in August the feedback and support from the motion graphics community has been incredible! That’s why I’ve worked so hard to bring an update that will truly show how much I appreciate the support. The update to Motion V2 includes 20 powerful tools to…