GitHub App Animation [GIF]

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12 Responses

  1. Denis Rojčyk Denis Rojčyk

    Hey!

    This is little something I am working on with guys from Tapmates. Gotta say After Effects is hell of a tool!

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    10 months ago

  2. Rohan Bhangui Rohan Bhangui

    how did you do your animations and publish it to dribbble?

    I have some concepts that would benefit from animations

    10 months ago

  3. Anthony Wetch Anthony Wetch

    Great animation! Also nice use of borderless text for the buttons in the top left, it's very modern. :-)

    10 months ago

  4. Denis Rojčyk Denis Rojčyk

    @Rohan Bhangui
    √ Draw in Sketch App
    √ Animate in After Effects
    √ Export as a H.264
    √ Import to Photoshop
    √ Export as gif :)

    @Justin W Thank you!

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    10 months ago

  5. Rohan Bhangui Rohan Bhangui

    @Denis Rojčyk

    Okay thanks for the pipeline. Just one problem: im windows :)

    alternative pipeline

    10 months ago

  6. Greg Papp Greg Papp

    That's awesome, Could you upload the After Effects project file? It would be epic and you'd be famous here with that... I'm 100% sure :)

    10 months ago

  7. Denis Rojčyk Denis Rojčyk

    @Greg Papp I might do this for something fun made :)

    10 months ago

  8. Mitchell Pash Mitchell Pash

    That was just... amazing to watch. I hope this is an actual app coming soon! haha

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    10 months ago

  9. Denis Rojčyk Denis Rojčyk

    @Mitchell Pash Actually it is! :D

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    10 months ago

  10. Mark Pearson Mark Pearson

    Oooh, tastey UI! Great easing on those key frames. :)

    9 months ago

  11. Jakub Foglar Jakub Foglar

    Looking good. However I don’t think it’s a good idea to leave the "cancel" button in the top right corner just for the sake of having it animate from the "plus" icon. The "done" button is never in the left hand corner on iOS.

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    6 months ago

  12. Joe Clay Joe Clay

    @Rohan Bhangui there isn't a different pipeline. Animate in After Effects—or whatever—export to a codec Photoshop can read on windows—just using the default lossless should work—and import into Photoshop to export as gif.

    It doesn't have to be h264 if you're not set up to deal with it. For what it's worth, I generally import ProRes 422.

    6 months ago

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