I set out to create an animated Humpty Dumpty video, limiting myself to roughly 25 hours or two weeks whichever came first.
Using only CSS and HTML, I created a dynamic split effect that takes an image and splits it down the middle to create interesting “3d” efffects.
We explore how to create a smooth, fun animated elastic effect using pseudo elements, the cubic bezier function, transform and some animation principles.
Using Adobe After Effects scripting language, I created a simple script that dynamically modifies the opacity value based on the length of the layer. The code is included for you to use.
This is a great resource for teachers and parents to help your children get familiar with the early phonics as well as the ABC’s.
Kyle Anderson and myself sat down together to knock out a music video for children to enjoy.
I have a deep-seated love for education and problem solving, thus we explore a simple solution to an all too common problem in the hopes of reducing the number of commonly misspelt words, I introduce Wordling.