- Prototyping motion
- Using the Graph Editor
- Working with shapes and masks
- Supporting tap, press, and swipe gestures
- Handling pinch and spread gestures
- Designing patterns
- Making navigation, buttons, and breadcrumbs
- Creating progress bars
- Working with modals, menus, and cards
- Zooming content
- Making a floating action button
- Handling text input and cursors
Skill Level Beginner
- [Tom] Well, hello there! My name is Tom Green, and I would like to welcome you to After Effects for UX Design. You are about to discover that After Effects has become more than a video effects application. It has become one of the go-to tools for UX designers due to its ability to give them granular control over several aspects of the UI prototyping process. We start with a look at the core After Effects skills you need to know, which range from setting frame rate to workflow efficiencies, such as parenting.
From there, we move into another core skill, prototyping common screen interactions for everything from taps to adding context to your prototypes by showing how to answer the age-old question, well, how does it look on a device? As well, we will examine how to create common design patterns, which range from progress bars to slide-in menus. We then wrap it up by learning such techniques as creating a bounce ease, pulsing cursors, and even how to add a cursor to input text. There's a lot to cover, so let's dive right in and really start learning how After Effects will supercharge your UX design workflow.
Modular UX Design with Photoshopwith Jesse Freeman48m 8s Advanced
1. Microinteraction Fundamentals
2. The Common Gestures
3. Design Patterns
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