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Test your user's knowledge or increase your brand awareness in a fun way with attractive and engaging quizzes built with AngularJS.
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 Photoshop layer comps to storyboard your interaction designs.
Learn to speed up your design and production time in this Photoshop tutorial with the use of Smart Objects.
Create a promotional, animated marquee for the homepage of your WordPress website. The exercise files and code snippets for this course are free to all members.
Learn to create a custom photo gallery for WordPress that goes beyond the built-in look and feel.
Learn to create web animations from a simple Illustrator file, with Ai2Canvas—a free plugin that works with nearly every version of Illustrator, from CS3 to CC.
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.
Create custom animated GIFs for your websites, mobile applications, and other interactive projects in Photoshop.
Simulate the look of anti-aliased fonts in your next website mockup with this Photoshop tutorial.
Learn to edit video and add custom graphics and animations to your projects in Photoshop CS6 with this Photoshop tutorial.
Use Edge Animate and HTML5, jQuery, and CSS to create a custom, interactive homepage marquee.
Shows you how to use clipping masks to create interesting design effects in Photoshop, while leaving the original images unharmed and ready for further edits.
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