When we hear the word “animation,” we have a tendency to think of big, sweeping imagery, big-budget parallax design or a huge video background. But the term “animation” can mean a variety of things in web design. Sometimes it refers to the small stuff. Visuals so subtle, you don’t even realize you’re looking at something […]
Whenever someone mentions a GIF (pronounced “Jiff,” like the peanut butter), you probably think about a short, funny clip, often featuring a cute animal or a little bit of schadenfreude. You know, something like this: They’re not all that way. GIFs can be useful for marketers, too. Given their popularity (thanks, social media!) and […]
In this blog we bring to you a mini spotlight on the some of the artists here at Oneupweb. From comic artists to photographers to animators, we have a great palette of creatives here at Oneupweb. Here are a few we would like to share:
Animation has a unique ability to translate and speak to our emotions.
I wanted to take the opportunity to share some links to some very useful tutorials for getting started with animation using whichever tool you prefer.
3 of my favorite Halloween-ish cartoons from the ghoulishly funny and clever Gruesomestein’s Monsters.
It’s clear by now that the iPad has the potential to reform the traditional experience associated with print.
As mentioned in a previous post, we’ve been working on a stop-motion animation to showcase what we do here at Oneupweb. Guess what? It’s finally here! And we’re very proud of it. I want to thank The Creative Team for their hundreds of hours of dedication to this idea. Thanks a lot Heather, Jason, Mike, […]
I’m huge fan of retro and vintage inspired styles. I see nothing wrong with taking something from the past and making it the future. Enter the animated gif.
Here at Oneupweb, we’re delving into the stop motion animation world again for something you’ll all really enjoy. Unfortunately you’ll have to wait for it since we are currently in production. But in the meantime, here are my top 10 most memorable stop motion videos to wet your whistle. Enjoy!
This post will show you how to create an authentic “wave in the wind” effect, starting from a static point, using Actionscript3.