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Jump cuts and in-betweening

Jump cuts and in-betweening: Motion Design with CSS
Jump cuts and in-betweening: Motion Design with CSS

Rachel pulls a couple examples from film editing and applies them to user interface design. A jump cut is a sharp transition. Typically there isn’t any animation involved and the result is immediate. “In-betweening” is the technique of adding animation to clue the user into where an element came from and help set the expectations of the user interface.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web Web Graphics CSS

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