Adobe Edge Animate lets web designers and developers build interactive HTML animations for web, digital publishing applications, rich media advertising and more, reaching both desktop and mobile browsers because it produces HTML5 content.
Students of this course will learn in this session the basics Edge Animate from UI elements to basic animations and how to make your content interactive. This gives the developer a WYSIWYG environment to build custom mobile compatible animations and interactions while still having the flexibility of programming your code by hand. You can even do most of the interactivity without even knowing any code.
What is Adobe Edge Animate? What kind of files does Edge Animate produce? In this video we explore what Edge Animate is and how you can get Edge Animate and install Edge Animate on your own computer to start creating HTML5 content.
In this video we explore the different user interface parts of Adobe Edge Animate and how we use these sections during development.
In this video we learn how to start a new Adobe Edge Animate project and save the project files for later reference and use.
In this video we learn how to adjust the Adobe Edge Animate stage size to allow for more content or less content.
In this video we explore how to use the shape tool to create different shapes and how to manipulate those shapes in various ways to adjust the look/feel of the shape.
In this video we explore how to change colors, add gradients and how to manipulate other properties to our shapes within Adobe Edge Animate.
In this video we explore how to use the text tool within Adobe Edge Animate and the various properties that can be used with the text tool. You will know how to insert text into any Edge Animate project.
In this video we will explore the remaining tools within the Edge Animate tool bar such as the zoom tool, the hand tool and more.
In this video we will explore the elements panel within Adobe Edge Animate, what it is used for and how you can manipulate content on your Edge Animate stage using the elements panel.
In this video we will explore how the library panel is used for storyline media assets such as images, audio files, symbols and video files.
In this video we will explore how to use PNG images within your Adobe Edge Animate projects.
In this video we will explore how to use the SVG image type to use images that are vector based and do not distort when enlarged within Edge Animate.
In this video we explore the basics of Edge Animate's animation capabilities and how you can insert manual keyframes and adjust properties to create animations.
In this video we explore how the auto-keyframe and auto-transition features within Edge Animate speed up animation development.
In this video we explore using the Pin tool within Edge Animate to speed up animation development time.
In this video we explore how to add easing to your animations and how this can create realistic effects to your Edge Animate animations.
In this video we will explore how you can copy and paste animations from one object to another and how you can insert and use multiple keyframes to create more complex animations.
In this video I explore what your challenge is going to be for the animation section.
In this video we explore what how the challenge was completed so you can compare your results.
In this video we explore how you can loop your animations for various effects.
In this video we explore how labels on your timeline can come in handy for organizing animation sections and how you can use them to jump to certain points in your timeline.
Learn how to create and use symbols within Adobe Edge Animate. Symbols can have nested timelines that allow you easily update multiple uses of symbols with one change. Symbols can also be used as buttons that can be shared with other projects.
Jeff has 10+ years experience in the digital learning and media industry. Currently he CEO and Head Trainer/Sensei at Learning Dojo, a company dedicated to training you to become a software ninja in a variety of software eLearning and web related. Jeff has also been the Product Development Manager for eLearning Brothers with responsibility for the design, development, and management over their world-class digital learning templates library building templates in Storyline, Studio ’13, Captivate, Adobe Edge Animate, Lectora, HTML5, Flash and more. Prior to his work at eLearning Brothers, Jeff was the Design & Professional Services Manager for CallidusCloud’s online eLearning authoring tool Litmos Author. Jeff is a regular conference speaker and industry leader regarding eLearning technologies such as TinCan API (xAPI), Articulate Storyline, Adobe Edge Animate, Captivate, Camtasia, HTML 5, and Flash.