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Creating a UI/UX Motion Study in After Effects (Digital Tutors)

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Creating a UI/UX Motion Study in After Effects (Digital Tutors)
2h 10m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch | 1.43 GB
Genre: eLearning | Project Files Included

Throughout these lessons we'll be diving into some of the techniques that can be used within After Effects in order to create motion studies for UI and UX designs. So, in this tutorial, we explore the versatility of shape layers, use sliders and expressions to gain more control over our compositions and reduce clutter, and, by the end, learn how to take static comps and bring them to life.
As we focus on why motion design is an important part of the design process, we'll discover how motion studies can be a valuable alternative to prototypes.

Creating a UI/UX Motion Study in After Effects (Digital Tutors)

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Lessons in this tutorial

  1. Introduction and project overview
  2. Previewing the final output
  3. Setting up our project
  4. Importing files and looking at shape layers vs. masks
  5. Diving deeper into shape layers
  6. Setting up and using guides and grids
  7. Prepping for motion
  8. Setting up sliders and expressions
  9. Applying sliders and expressions to our compositions
  10. Animating the main movements and first transition
  11. Animating the second transition and adding finesse
  12. Animating the photo expansion
  13. Adding our UI indicators
  14. Setting up our final composition
  15. Adding our browser composition
  16. Finalizing our deliverable


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