Adobe Edge Animate CC 2015 Training Level 1

Adobe Edge Animate CC hands-on classroom training

Edge Animate CC 2015

Level 1: 2-Day Training

Students receive a course text, Adobe Edge Animate Classroom in a Book, which includes downloadable class files. These resources provide students with a valuable tool for post-training practice, using familiar files and lessons.

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  • Adobe Certified instructors
  • Hands on classes
  • Personal attention
  • Small class size

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Class Description

Edge Animate is THE tool to create HTML 5 animation and rich interactive content for  browsers and devices! From iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, to desktop browsers like Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer 9+, Edge Animate animation plays in them all–no plugin needed!  In a timeline-based WYSIWYG environment, Animate provides precise control over object motion, effects, and appearances. Similar in many ways to the Flash environment, Animate employs symbols, motion paths, gradients, web fonts, CSS filters and more to assist in creating engaging and rich interactive content. You can start from scratch by animating Photoshop CC or Illustrator CC  web graphics, or  you can add motion and interactivity to existing HTML layouts and templates. Topics include:

  • Animation and timeline fundamentals
  • Animating position and scale
  • Working with symbols
  • Adding basic interactivity
  • Understanding JavaScript
  • Embedding your composition in HTML

Course Curriculum

Getting to Know the Workspace

  • Working with elements
  • Understanding the Element and Timeline panels
  • Adding motion
  • Previewing the motion
  • Continuing and modifying the motion

Creating Graphics and Importing Art

  • Understanding graphic formats
  • Working with bitmaps
  • Working with vector graphics
  • Creating HTML elements
  • Modifying rectangles
  • Working with Rulers and Guides
  • Creating text
  • Embedding custom fonts
  • Tidying up your elements
  • Organizing your elements
  • Adding special effects
  • Making rotations

Designing Animation

  • About animation
  • Understanding the project file
  • Animating position with the Pin
  • Changing pacing and timing
  • Turning the display on and off
  • Animating scale
  • Creating fades
  • Timeline panel options
  • Copying and pasting animations
  • Adding easing to refine motion
  • Editing overall timing

Refining Animation and Adding Complexity

  • About symbols
  • Creating nested animations
  • Animating symbols on the Stage
  • Creating a looping animation
  • Symbol instances
  • Playback commands
  • Editing symbols
  • Adding the characters
  • Clipping animation
  • Animating shadows
  • Working with advanced eases

Adding Basic Interactivity

  • About interactive compositions
  • Understanding JavaScript
  • Timeline triggers
  • Minding your syntax
  • Events and actions
  • Creating the buttons
  • Navigating the Code panel
  • Creating labels
  • Adding visual feedback
  • Customizing the mouse cursor
  • Controlling animated elements

Embedding Media and Advanced Interactivity

  • Embedding media
  • Showing embedded media
  • Removing media
  • Adding hyperlinks
  • Adding HTML content
  • Keyboard events
  • Handling logic with conditionals
  • Using variables
  • Coding an interactive slideshow

Publishing and Responsive Design

  • Publishing your composition
  • Down-level Stage
  • Preloaders
  • Embedding your composition into HTML
  • About responsive design