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Adobe Edge Animate offers a new way of creating rich and interactive animated content for web and mobile sites. In this course, discover how to use the complete Edge Animate toolset to lay out and animate motion graphics for your website, mobile devices, digital magazine, iBooks, and more. Author Chris Converse shows you how to build basic compositions with shapes, text, images, and SVG files; animate the different elements with Auto Keyframe and Auto Transition features; trigger actions based on the timeline position or your visitor's mouse clicks and movements; and incorporate custom HTML, audio, and video. Chris also shows how to make your content accessible to the broadest audience possible with responsive layouts, incorporate web fonts from various online services, and accommodate older browsers. The final chapters in the course show how to use content from other applications like Flash or After Effects and take it to the next level with Edge Animate.
Hi, I'm Chris Converse, and this is Edge Animate Essential Training. In this course, we'll learn to compose layouts, animate objects, and create interactive elements inside of Adobe Edge Animate. We'll also cover various publishing options, which will allow us to use our projects on the web, in an iBook, or share them with other Adobe authoring applications. We're going to start by creating symbols and elements, working with actions, all while working with a fixed layout size and standard web fonts. We'll branch into larger areas of web design and layout, which Edge Animate also supports.
These things include using web fonts from online services and preparing projects to gracefully downgrade for older browsers. So with all that, we've got a lot to cover so let's get started.
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