CSS Animation Weekly #32 — SVG strokes, Kute.js Easings, Designer Report
This week we’re fixing our SVG stroke animations, looking into the new animation framework Kute.js, as well as bookmarking the ever handy Easings.net, and finding loads of inspiration.
Donovan at CSSAnimation.rocks
Val Head shows how to make our SVG stroke animations stand out with these three handy tips.
For lent I’m giving up using “ease-out” on everything. Thankfully Easings.net makes it easier to find more interesting and custom timing functions.
Have you moved on from Photoshop and Illustrator? See how designers responded in this survey report. Also, check out the lovely SVG animations on each one :)
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An animated loading image for Tito, using SVG and CSS.
Subtle wave effect really brings this water-reminder concept to life 🌊
A handy example of text rotating upward to reveal the next line.
Lovely use of colour on this loading demo — and it uses Sass so you can tweak the values and see what happens.
The old canvas go-to meets eyeballs 👀
Animation in the real world
Lovely parallax and subtle details in this new Terry Design site.
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