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Animated icons

These animated icons can give this playful effect to your website. They can be used to attract the attention of the visitor and clear something up without giving a text message.

Professional examples

The below stated examples are commonly applied in online website designs. The code is available for you and offers you the possibility to edit it to your own creation!

Moving gears

Effect: standard

See the Pen 500 Error by Brian (@Brian-Montierth) on CodePen.

The Magical Paper

Effect: cool

See the Pen The Magical Paper by Tejas Vyas (@tejas1794) on CodePen.

"Hi" moving icon

Effect: Professional

See the Pen "Hi" moving icon by Lidia Kasandra (@lilumicat) on CodePen.

Learn how to make a moving icon

The video's below are carefully selected and give you a clear explanation of how you can build this module yourself.

CSS3 Animation & Transitions Crash Course - Traversy Media

This is a beginner friendly crash course on CSS animation using keyframes as well as CSS transitions. We will do a little experimenting and we will build a small animated landing page project.

Animate.css - CSS Animation Made Easy (Part 1) - Caler Edwards

Animate.css - CSS Animation Made Easy (Part 2) - Caler Edwards

Animating with CSS Transitions - A look at the transition properties - Caler Edwards

Animation on the web is an awesome way to both catch a users attention and to help improve the user experience when it is used correctly. The easiest way to add animation to your website is by using transitions, which we'll look at in this tutorial. In this video, I explore the four different transition properties, seeing what they do, and how to use them:
  • - transition-duration
  • - transition-property
  • - transition-timing-function
  • - transition-delay

Recommended libraries

TweenMax - TweenMax lets you animate literally any property of any object that JavaScript can touch (CSS, SVG, React, Vue, Three.js, canvas, motion paths, generic objects, etc.).

GSAP - Think of GSAP as the Swiss Army Knife of javascript animation...but better. It animates anything JavaScript can touch (CSS properties, canvas library objects, SVG, React, Vue, generic objects, whatever) and it solves countless browser inconsistencies, all with blazing speed (up to 20x faster than jQuery), including automatic GPU-acceleration of transforms.

Animate.css - Animate.css is a library of ready-to-use, cross-browser animations for use in your web projects. Great for emphasis, home pages, sliders, and attention-guiding hints.

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