CSS Animations – The Complete Guide Free Tutorial Download
What you’ll learn
The importance of accessibility and user experience in animation
Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS
Take your website projects to the next level and add more value as a developer. Offer skills to businesses that make you and your websites stand out from the crowd.
Learn to build a variety of exciting CSS animations that will enhance the user’s experience and give your website development that extra edge
The animations that you’ll be building will be real-world examples that you can use to enhance any website.
This extensive CSS animations course can be followed along by all developers at any skill level, and that includes beginners. It is recommended that you have basic knowledge of HTML and CSS, but there is no need to know anything about web animations as this will all be thoroughly taught. I have not included any complicated terminology so as long as you have a basic understanding of front-end web languages, you will be able to follow along with ease.
You’ll get a full understanding of how to use all aspects of CSS animations such as transitions, transforms, and keyframes to animate images, text, icons, SVGs, and much more. You’ll first learn the fundamentals of CSS animations to help build simple animations, before moving towards more advanced examples.
You’ll be able to flex your creative muscles, whilst still producing animations that are fully accessible, and always keeping the user experience in mind. For all the animation projects that you’ll learn to build, I will provide you with the starting files which will include a basic webpage setup, but then it will be up to you to code along with me. You will be coding all the animations from scratch, expanding your development skillset along the way.
By the end of the course, you’ll have the expert knowledge to be able to charge more for your services as a web developer. Enroll today!
Who this course is for:
- Web developers who want to produce more exciting and dynamic websites without sacrificing good accessibility or user experience