Sarah Drasner: Intricate SVG Animations By admin | January 1, 2021 | 35 Sarah Drasner: Intricate SVG Animations Sarah Drasner speaking at Generate San Francisco, 15 July 2016 Share this...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditStumbleuponDiggitTumblrEmail Posted in Get Involved
That, event-driven, city construction animation @21:20 was AMAZING.
Love the talk, watched it twice & bookmarked for watching again. So much useful info, thanks Creative Bloq & Sarah.
The problem with GSAP is the licensing model.
You rock so much, awesome talk!!
jQuery.. that didn’t age well 😉
Really nice, thank you!
Like, you know, like svg, like this. Like counter 3k.
Thorough, interesting and SO useful. Thank you.
"Really really" great presentation.
This was like, a good video. I totally like, liked watching it.
Hi, the sag can be use in full screen, like a signage for example.?
happy thoughts… don’t create anything you or another wouldn’t want.
Beautiful presentation. Your work inspires me every single day. Thank you!
So… for someone with more of the art side of design… with medium familiarity with css and js… Is Green Sock Animation Platform the best place to focus attention? Or is there something better? Keep in mind… I’m more artist than programmer but I do have a strong background in various languages… I just wouldn’t call myself a guru in any of them at all.. This was also a very nice presentation on SVG animation (even though I am so late to the party)…
What’s up 2019?
"Very simple" very simple my a…
I hate to comment on how she looks, I don’t want to take away from how talented she is, but that smile!
This is such an amazing presentation. So inspiring and informative. I’m on my second time watching it and still absorbing new tips and tricks!
designers dont use svg enough, it’s so flexible and neat
This is fantastic. Thank you!
Thank you Sara .. Allow me to echo the other Viewer’s who learned so much and appreciate your comprehensive insights.
I don’t like the direction. It is encouraging people who don’t have any other skills than JS to enter this field. The type of people who use canvas when they need a circle. The type of people who use JS-player to show a video in HTML5. The type of people whose websites contain nothing until JS is allowed. The bad people.
The animations in the video are very nice, but I can do them with SMIL or CSS. There is of course a way to arrange animations in a timeline in SMIL.
Is this not a return to the animations we used to create in Flash back in the day? I love animated svgs but wonder how long it will be before the bubble bursts.
Awesome talk! Thanks! 🙂
Amazing! I was especially impressed with the responsive huggy laser panda factory. Very clever design to split into interlocking pieces and also looked really cool.
Truly IMPRESSIVE !!!
This was one of the greatest videos/presentation I have watched. Open my mind regarding svg animations
Can I get paid for doing this? Because I love vector graphics and have an animation background. We can get so many realistic effects with this. Will share my work.
Change yourself and spread out… burst the flame that lights the galaxy… increase the size and diversity.
Anyone else glad there is only 7k views? Nerd Lady knows that stuff cold. Glad it came up in my recommended. Thanks.
8:00 We have imprinted many moments of feeling frustrated with the image of the standard loading animation, while a custom animation has novelty.
You big up Paul Irish who made what again? Nerds create stuff for others to use. You didn’t big up Dimitry but why? The jquery maker aka a few of them collectively were helping others lazy ways and so was dimitry but he did it single handed..
I’m starting to see more animation on the web. But It seems to usually be limited to thing like basic transitions or hover and click states. I love the examples given and am anticipating as the designers learn more about animation they will want to integrate it as a part of the Site’s experience. This will give developers more opportunities to start reshaping and build a cooler UI/UXs.
Lots of new things to try. Very cool. Thanks