The 3D loading circle in pure CSS with only a single element
If you’re on most current browsers you should see the 3D-Page-Flipping-Color-Changing-Circle-Animation Google uses when Gmail and Chrome are loading content. Continue reading →
The world can be a violent place. Everyday there’s more and more footage of panic and sadness in the streets flooding our TVs, laptops and phones. More often than not that panic is somewhere unrecognizable to me; the sadness of the people is not familiar. On April 15th, 2013 that changed. The blood on the sidewalk was pooling where I was standing just days before; the ash covering the skyline I can see every morning; the reality of the panic in the faces echoing within me. Continue reading →
In 2004 I made my second ever Flash animation — and my first attempt at frame-by-frame animation — “Jesus Christ in ‘Swim Meet.'” While I haven’t done a cartoon in forever, Easter Sunday nine years later seems like a good day to revisit it. Enjoy!
DON’T READ THIS. While this attempt was great at the time, there’s a much more improved method I’ve written up over here: Google/Gmail’s 3D Loader. Enjoy.
If you’re on Chrome you should see the 3D-Page-Flipping-Color-Changing-Circle-Animation Google uses when Gmail and Chrome are loading content, at least on iOS. The animation should work with other 3D-transition supported browsers, but I only built it for Chrome at the moment. Feel free to modify the CSS and event names to get it more cross-browser. Continue reading →