Here are some interactions for a video app we've been working on. Currently playing at 2x the speed to show all the interactions.
Hope you like it so far.
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5 months ago
Stunning as usual dude ! :)
I wonder what application you guys are using to make this type of presentation?
You should start writing tutorials on your animations.
Very impressive work.
So far I Love it !
Really liking that drop-down animation.
+1 @Dennis Kovalev
is it after effects ? or a screencast on the iphone simulator ?
BTW, great work !
Amazing! They typed without even using a keyboard.
Really loving the initial screen transitioning into the header. Great idea and awesome work per usual!
@Karim Maaloul AE
@Mike Arndt Lots of time, layers, and keyframes. That's pretty much it.
Ho...ly shit balls!! This is really awesome and natural interaction design! If I remember rightly you are using AE but wondering if you guys have ever tried quartz composer and what your thoughts were?
Awesome stuff! Wish it was slowed down a tad to see the transitions better.
@Jamie Heuze Gonna look into Quartz, I thought it was really only for development, but after a quick glance I notice you can save Quartz files as standalone quicktime files for previewing. Might be a much better workflow, rather than making an AE or quicktime file that still needs to be 'translated'.
Oh cool :) @Chris Slowik yeah I never really considered it before until watching a keynote from the people behind Facebook home. They used it mainly for the the chat heads and thinking about it made sense as I'm guessing it would translate well into development and Xcode also.
Good work on the animation and UI guys :)
wow! cool interactions.
Oh man, lot of work here. So good.
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