I have been learning Adobe After Effects for the past day or so and I made a very very quick UI animation.
After trying various tools I found that AE is the quickest way to create an animated UI for showcasing UI transitions to your clients or developers.
I am also giving away the AE project file so you can learn from it, although very basic I hope it can be useful as there aren't many resource online for animating UIs.
7 months ago
You clever sausage.
@Ryan Murphy ahaha! :)
Wow that's amazing! Great colors, overall design and typography is well put together, and of course the animations are brilliant!
Oh Man, Fabio this is pure awesomeness.
Great! Been meaning to learn Ae just to animate mockups. This'll give me a jump start. Thanks!
@Cyrus Henderson @Morgan Jones @Nuruzzaman Sheikh @Derek Bender thank you!! :)
Cool animation Fabio. You've done it this time
Fabs you are a legend! Thank you :)
Damn, nice animations!
Figo Fabio! Figo!
sei un fenomeno!!
This is amazing!
This is cool and scary at the same time lol... Make sure you work closely with your developer to understand the complexities (and increased development time/cost) this introduces. UITableView doesn't really offer many performant options for custom animations at this time.
You rock man!!
@rob phillips ah thanks that's actually a very good point, this is a somewhat extreme example and too many animations could destroy usability, I'd personally use very subtle effects and make sure the developers are up for the task ;)
Looks fantastic man!
@Fabio Basile Awesome. I love it. Just one question, which angle do you use on AE for this iPhone render ?
Really beautiful animation dude. I'm learning AE at university just in these days, it's an awesome software!
This is sick!
I added this to GUIFFF
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