Published on December 5, 2016 by JSConf

Animation is captivating. Our brains are trained to respond most intently to movement. For this reason, animation in a user experience is extremely important, and also very easy to overdo. Carefully considered animation can compose spatial maps to guide users. Animations can be responsive, resolution-independent, and make a site function intuitively.
In this session Sarah will cover a myriad of use cases, from both design and technical implementation standpoints.

Sarah is an award-winning Manager of UX Design and Engineering at Trulia (Zillow) and staff writer at CSS-Tricks.
She’s given a Frontend Masters workshop on Advanced SVG Animations, and is working for a book for O’Reilly on SVG Animations.
For 15 years she worked as a web developer and designer and at points as a Scientific Illustrator, an Undergraduate Professor and has tutored a Byzantine Icon painter in Santorini.
Sarah loves SVG, informative animation, and welding together pieces of the DOM.

CSSConf.Asia – Capitol Theatre, Singapore – 24 November 2016.

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3 Comments on "Sarah Drasner: Functional Animation – CSSConf.Asia 2016"

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Matt O'Toole
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Matt O'Toole
1 year 5 months ago

Great presentation. Good job.

Robert Ruiz
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Robert Ruiz
1 year 8 months ago

This presentation may have changed my life. Incredible. I'm a fan.

Jens Hedqvist
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Jens Hedqvist
1 year 8 months ago

Thank you for spreading the word on this! I always feel kind of alone in the dev and design world caring about design technology. And I'm the only one that know about the potential and wants to learn. I think it's super important designers learn about this and start getting to work! Or it will all become sugar on top.

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