AnimationVarious Animation Work
ClientVarious
CategoryDigital Animation/Web
Year2016-Present

I love animation! More specifically web animation. My development started with making simple GIFs, which then lead to creating CSS animations. Now, you can do even more with SVG. Web animation keeps evolving, and I'm excited to see what the future holds.

This animation was done with SVG and CSS. It was for an auto dealer in Las Vegas.

Mazda ad

This animation is all coded by hand using SVG and CSS. It's suppose to be a fun, cartoony take on a drippy comet flying through space. It was for a hero image on a homepage for a space-related web page I created for a client. The client went with a static image instead. I liked the comet enough, so he lives here on my site now.

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Various animated headers made for clients who advertised on 8NewsNow.com

Bina's Beauty Bar
chilly jillys

Animating on the web has evolved a lot since the days of using Flash are all but gone. The link to the website below I coded with HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap. It was pretty plain so I added a JavaScript animation library that's triggered when you scroll to different sections of the site.

I've also designed plenty of ads that had some animations in them. This one is a simple effect, but the client wanted something that would catch a viewer's eye on a smaller mobile ad.

Digital ad (300x250) for a Las Vegas jewelry shop.

728x90 banner ad created from a video file imported into Photoshop.

Landing page header created for pest control company. Cockroaches were still images taken apart in Photoshop, then turned into sprite sheets.
Roaches were then coded to move across header

Animating logos is a great way to present them to clients. This particular logo was animated in After Effects.


Original concept followed by revision. Client didn't like the dark mood in the original concept, and wanted something to match their website's bright look.

Part of a "Pool Patrol" landing page. Concept was to give the "A,B,C, & D's" of pool safety.
The wavy bottom was just a subtle touch I came up with to make the elements a little more interesting.

A

Adult Supervision

Always designate an adult to watch children
around the pool or spa

Always know where your children are when you
are inside your house

Created by baboles | 26 11 2017 | Graphic Design, Web Design