Probably the last one from the series of playing around with bounciness.
5 months ago
Schöne Animation :)
@Olia, @Andreas: thanks :)
Great animation, love it :)
Lovely! Great shot
Thanks @Shelley & @Erica, appreciated :)
Awesome start dude. This really brings the image to life! My suggestion would be to use easing on more of the movements, as they tend to snap into place (the device vs screen as an example.) Otherwise this looks really cool!
@Stephen: thanks for the feedback! Agreed with the snapping, didn't have a lot of time to spend in Curves Editor to work on easings since a lot of it will be tweaked in the code, I just spent some time to get the basics to the developers working on it :)
Wow, great job! The detail you put into this does not go unnoticed!
Thanks @Erica! As someone who did this, I can still see things that can be improved, but hey - shipped is better than perfect! ;)
Sweet work and the animation is very smooth, great job!
Is this something for getpocket.com? Similar color scheme.
@Alex: no, ShopLove, one of my old projects. :)
Habe mich inspirieren lassen. Nice animation! :)
Danke schön @Thorsten!
Looks awesome! How'd you make the animation?
Nicely done : )
Good transition. Would be great to interact with it to get a general feel.
@Anna @Kori @sam @harwen @Nguyen thanks :)
@Daniel After Effects and a lot of basics of animation. I run a course on Gibbon on UI animation, feel free to ping me for invite.
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