Hey, web designers! You probably already know that CSS3 gives you lots of great animation options to help you create engaging, interactive websites. But do you know all the tricks and techniques to animate CSS in the best possible way?
If not, don’t worry! Our free course, 6 Handy CSS3 Animation Projects, will teach you everything you need to know.
What You’ll Learn
Using motion in your web project and adding an extra degree of interactivity can really improve the user experience. In this short course, you’ll build six small but useful projects that use CSS animations.
For example, one of the projects helps you create an elegant SVG “Page Loading” icon made up several arcs rotating around the same point.
In another project, you’ll create a card notification that slides in from the right side, stays on screen for a few seconds, and then slides back out again.
Or how about creating a full-screen navigation overlay? That’s the popular effect you’ve probably seen on mobile sites, where you click on the menu icon and a full-screen menu pops up to help you navigate easily on a small screen.
All of these animation effects are easy to create with pure CSS, so follow the course and learn how to do it!
Start to Animate CSS Today!
So get ready to animate CSS, either by watching the video above or by clicking through to watch 6 Handy CSS3 Animation Projects over on YouTube.