In this video, learn about organizing screen content into manageable layers.
- [Instructor] As we add more content to our project, … management of those elements becomes crucial. … Let's reorganize our content into distinct, named layers, … that can be individually locked, hidden, … and even animated. … So, here's layer underscore two, … and this is where our background texture exists. … Let's go ahead and give this a proper name … by double clicking, and typing in texture. … Now we'll lock that layer. … Also we can't see our guide layer anymore, … because texture is above it. … So, I'm going to click and drag, my textures layer, … below the guide layer, like that. … Now we can see our guide content overlaid. … This is going to help us when we position, … additional elements like text, and photos. … Speaking of texts and photos, … let's go ahead and add two additional layers. … And I'm going to add them, below my header layer. … So, choosing guides, … I'm going to choose to add a new layer, … and let's rename this photos. … And then a layer directly above photos, …
- Setting up a UX project in Animate
- Drawing simple shapes
- Adding text
- Creating symbols
- Building interactive states
- Defining screens in the timeline
- Linking between screens
- Animating interactions
- Publishing and exporting your project
Skill Level Intermediate
Prototyping Microinteractions with Adobe Animatewith Joseph Labrecque1h 50m Intermediate
1. Project Setup
2. Working with Shapes and Text
3. Building Reusable Assets
4. Using the Timeline to Define Screens
5. Prototyping Experiences
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