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Discover how to use Edge Animate to create interactive designs and animated motion graphics for websites, mobile apps, digital magazines, and ebooks.
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.
Put your web motion skills to the test in this final project of the series, which uses Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Edge Animate to create an animated banner ad.
Learn how to create a slideshow with images, video, and animation in Edge Animate.
Learn how to create drag-and-drop functionality in Edge Animate.
Learn how to let your users control your HTML5 animation with their scroll wheel, trackpad, or even the browser's scroll bar.
Learn to build a parallax motion effect using Google Web Designer, Flash CC, and Edge Animate, and add depth and motion to your web projects.
Add an animation to your web projects with a CSS sprite sheet, in this quick, project-based course.
Learn how to create a preloader from an animated GIF, using After Effects, Photoshop or Fireworks, and Adobe Edge Animate.
Learn to create a simple web banner with motion and interactivity.
Tell a more compelling story in Edge Animate with an animated infographic.
Explore the emerging workflow between the Adobe Creative Cloud applications and Edge Animate through a series of hands-on projects.
Use Edge Animate and HTML5, jQuery, and CSS to create a custom, interactive homepage marquee.
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