Storytelling is a big part of website design and motion often helps us do it better. A web motion graphic will better communicate your story while also attracting attention to your site. Motion is not just a nice-to-have feature. . . it can be critical to communication.
This page is evolving with changes in technology.
Facebook Video Covers
Over the past couple months, Facebook has been rolling out the ability to add video cover images to Facebook pages. What this means is that we can now replace the static cover photo with a dynamic cover video, giving the page a more professional, business like, presentation.
Cover videos can contain video clips, still images, animations, and audio, all of which will better advertise your product/service.
- Video formats: .mov or .mp4
- Dimensions: W = 820 pix H= 312 pix
- Duration: 20 – 90 seconds
Prepared with Adobe After Effects CC 2017
Videos take time to watch – a couple minutes at the very least. They also produce sound. GIFs offer a much more convenient, faster and totally silent way to express something. It’s the perfect combination between image and video.
Animated GIF’s are essentially a mini video, with no sound, that can be watched from start to finish in as little as one or two seconds in a simple, auto-looping fashion.
These animated GIFs were developed in Adobe Animate CC and Adobe After Effects CC and then exported as GIFs from Adobe Photoshop CC.
HTML5 Canvas Animations
The resolution independent vector animations displayed here were originally created in Adobe Flash but have since been re-built as HTML5 Canvas objects.
Grand Lake Web Designs
Animated Bible Maps – as a part of our digital ministry we have created iBibleMaps.com.
Paul's Third Missionary Journey
HTML5 Canvas animations prepared with Adobe Animate CC 2017