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A presentation on Adobe Edge and CSS shaders.

A presentation on Adobe Edge and CSS shaders.

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The Future of HTML5 Motion Design Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The Future ofHTML5 MotionDesign
  • 2. Who Are You?
  • 3. ANIMATION
  • 4. HTML JS CSS animation is very capable
  • 5. Prove it!
  • 6. ADOBE EDGE
  • 7. • Motion and interaction design for open standards • Build with HTML5, CSS, JavaScriptAdobe • Precise, productive and performantEdge • Output performs well on devices
  • 8. Demo Punchy
  • 9. Examples
  • 10. Preview 4ReleasedYesterday
  • 11. • Symbols – Timelines within timelines • Clipping – Revealing pieces ofPreview 4 complete animation • Font FaceFeatures – Ability to pull in web fonts
  • 12. Demo Punchy
  • 13. Next Steps with Edge• Get Edge – http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/edge/
  • 14. CSS SHADERS
  • 15. What if browserscould do more?
  • 16. Enter CSS Shaders
  • 17. Cinematiceffects for the web
  • 18. Examples
  • 19. Next Steps with CSSShaders• Coming to browsers soon.
  • 20. CONCLUSIONS
  • 21. Web creatorslive in three worlds
  • 22. The PastThe PresentThe Future
  • 23. Adobe wants to help(Near) Present Future• Adobe Edge • CSS Shaders – Animation – Make browsers do more – HTML/JS/CSS – Works across available browsers
  • 24. Follow up?• Preso will be up at – http://slideshare.net/tpryan• Feel free to contact me – terry.ryan@adobe.com – http://terrenceryan.com – Twitter: @tpryan