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Static vs. dynamic animations

Static vs. dynamic animations: Motion Design with CSS
Static vs. dynamic animations: Motion Design with CSS

Static animations are the easiest to create. An element animates from one state to another. Both states are predetermined and predictable. Dynamic animations, however, are typically triggered by some event or user interaction. The resulting animation could have a different outcome each time it runs. Rachel demonstrates these differences and explains how the combination of static and dynamic animations can lead to stateful animations.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web Web Graphics CSS

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