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UI Animation Fundamentals is the perfect introduction to UI Animation with Adobe After Effects. Create polished, professional animations from your design files whether they come from Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, or Adobe XD. No animation experience required.




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Issara Willenskomer is an award-winning designer and educator. With over 15 years of interaction and motion design experience, Issara has worked with an impressive list of clients including Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Nordstrom, Amazon, HBO, MTV, AT&T, Motorola, T-Mobile, UNAIDS, HTC, Philips, and more. Issara has personally trained the design teams at Dropbox, Slack, Airbnb, Salesforce, Oracle, and others. Issara currently teaches motion innovation both online and in the real world.


Learn how to quickly turn your designs into UI animation with After Effects. Turn your Sketch, Adobe XD, Illustrator, or Photoshop files into polished UI animation in After Effects. No experience necessary. Join thousands of other UI/UX & Product Designers, and take the course now for FREE!


The Design and Digital Media Department (formerly known as Graphic Communication) partners with industry leaders to develop coursework that blends solid theoretical training with digital tools. Faculty members ensure student understanding of the principles of design, typography, color theory, layout, composition, visual message-making, user interface, animation, 3D modeling, and game design while preparing them for real-world employment or transfer to a four-year university or design school. Design and Digital Media has been inspiring creative emergence and developing professional marketability for over four decades.


Design and Digital Media develops coursework in conjunction with Northern California industry leaders. Our courses offer students both current technology and theory in graphic design, digital imaging, digital illustration, and page layout skills for print, web, and other screen-based media, computer animation, 3D modeling, and video game design.The Design and Digital Media Department partners with industry leaders to develop coursework that blends solid theoretical training with the latest technical tools. Faculty members ensure student engagement with principles of typography, color theory, layout, form, visual message-making, interaction, motion, animation, and game design while preparing students for real-world employment or transfer to a four-year institution. Design and Digital Media has been inspiring creative emergence and developing professional marketability for four decades. Recommended High School Preparation: Students should complete courses in one or more of the following: art, design, computer skills, photography, journalism, and creative writing.


Design and Digital Media develops coursework in conjunction with Northern California industry leaders. Our courses offer students both current technology and theory in graphic design, digital imaging, digital illustration, and page layout skills for print, web, and other screen-based media, computer animation, 3D modeling, and video game design. The Design and Digital Media Department partners with industry leaders to develop coursework that blends solid theoretical training with the latest technical tools. Faculty members ensure student engagement with principles of typography, color theory, layout, form, visual message-making, interaction, motion, animation, and game design while preparing students for real-world employment or transfer to a four-year institution. Design and Digital Media has been inspiring creative emergence and developing professional marketability for over four decades. Recommended High School Preparation: Students should complete courses in one or more of the following: art, design, computer skills, photography, journalism, and creative writing.


This program offers students a comprehensive study of graphic design for print and/or web medium using current technologies. The curriculum encompasses the full spectrum of design theory, process, tools, and techniques that students will need to be successful in the graphic design industry. Students will also experience working with clients and preparing final project files and materials for printing or distribution. Students who complete this certificate will be able to produce a variety of print and/or web design projects and possess a professional portfolio of their work.


This course introduces the student to creating and animating 2D motion graphics using industry-standard applications. Students will explore the tools and techniques needed to produce motion graphics and animations for television, film, and the web. Topics will include a basic overview of motion design principles, 2D animation practices, audio integration, advanced video effects, and the technical challenges of working with video and film materials. Formerly known as GCOM 390


This course introduces beginning level newspaper, magazine, Web, and multimedia publication design. Students will learn how to design and produce the award-winning Sacramento City College school newspaper, the bi-annual student magazine, and their accompanying websites and multi-media content. Using fundamental design concepts and theory involving grid, page layout, typography, and visual communication, students will work alongside journalism, photography, and intermediate- and advanced-level design students to produce a variety of content. This course offers an opportunity to build a portfolio and gain experience while working on real-world projects. Formerly known as GCOM 319


This course examines intermediate-level newspaper, magazine, Web, and multimedia publication design. Students are responsible for the design and production of the award-winning Sacramento City College school newspaper, the bi-annual student magazine, and their accompanying websites and multimedia content. Using fundamental design concepts and theory involving grids, page layout, typography, and visual communication, students will work alongside journalism and photography students and beginning- and advanced-level design students to plan and produce a variety of content. This course offers an opportunity to build a portfolio and gain experience while working on real-world projects. Formerly known as GCOM 320


This course examines advanced level newspaper, magazine, Web, and multimedia publication design. Students are responsible for the planning, art direction, and production management of the award-winning Sacramento City College school newspaper, the bi-annual student magazine, and their accompanying websites and multi-media content. Using fundamental design concepts and theory involving grids, page layout, typography, and visual communication, students will work alongside student editors and beginning- and intermediate-level design students to plan and produce a variety of publication content. This course offers an opportunity to build a portfolio and gain experience while working on real-world projects. Formerly known as GCOM 321


This course introduces students to visual content creation for social media using specialized mobile apps on smart phones and tablets. Students will learn to create photos and illustrations, edit static and motion graphics, and produce and publish marketing content for websites, social networking sites, and other online media. Basic visual concepts are introduced and utilized to create professional imagery, design projects, and visual storytelling using mobile device techniques and tools. Students must have their own mobile device (smart phone or tablet) and access to an online app store.


This course prepares students pursuing occupations in digital media arts and related technologies, including graphic design and communication, web design, user interface design, 3D animation and modeling, and game design, with a portfolio of work, career skills, and knowledge of industry practices essential to these fields. Topics include: organization and physical preparation of a portfolio of work, applying to a four-year college or design program, job and internship searches, soliciting and performing freelance work, setting up a studio, working in an existing firm, developing client relationships, self-promotion, and other resources. Using a combination of lectures and guests from the industry, this course will offer practical advice and philosophical guidance toward gaining a rewarding career in the many digital media and design fields. Formerly known as GCOM 349


The course covers everything you need to know about working with Adobe After Effects and how you can use it as a professional motion designer. It starts with the basics of the software, and then moves on to animation principles, before covering types of keyframes plus text and lettering animation, and going on to more advanced animation techniques like morphing and shape modifiers.


Being able to bring otherwise boring data to life is one of the best things about motion design. You can take the information from a spreadsheet and transform it into dynamic and engaging motion graphics. This type of skill can be used to turn a boring snoozefest of a presentation into a vibrant attention grabber. The Motion Graphics & Data Visualization course is designed to teach you how to become a whiz at animating just these kinds of infographics.


The course is focused on using After Effects and across 23 lessons it guides you through all of the main topics and concepts that you will need to understand as a motion graphics designer. It kicks off with a lesson on the AE interface and transform properties to help you get to grips with how to interact with the software, before moving on to cover everything from loops to morphing to logo animation to rigging a human form, and more. It lasts for over 12 hours, and while at $349 it is on the pricier side, it really will set you up in the best possible way. 041b061a72


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