Recreating the Apple Keynote Event animation using SVG, Canvas, and GreenSock

Louis Hoebregts recreated the animation of last Apple’s recent Keynote Event using SVG, Canvas, and GreenSock: See the Pen Apple Keynote animation by Louis Hoebregts (@Mamboleoo) on CodePen. Crazy! 🤯 If you’re curious to see how he’s done it, in the demo below he breaks it down step by step: See the Pen Apple Keynote …

Scroll Linked Animations With NO JAVASCRIPT!?

Building further upon my posts digging into Scroll-Linked Animations, Gary Simon created this video recreating a basic Scroll-Linked Animation that animates an image as you scroll down the page. Good video if you’re looking for a quick intro. Two minor remarks though: Instead of speeding up the time-range it’s better to tweak the scroll-offsets. Even …

Drop-in CSS transitions with transition.css

transition.css is a handy stylesheet by Adam Argyle, full of transitions you can apply on your page. Simply import the stylesheet and set a transition-style attribute on the elements you wish to animate for the effect to kick in: <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://unpkg.com/transition-style" /> <div transition-style="in:wipe:up">👍</div> Not explicitly mentioned on the demo page (but is in …

Exploring @property and its Animating Powers

Over at CSS-Tricks Jhey Tompkins has written a solid piece on the amazing @property and the possibilities it opens: We can give the browser the information is needs to transition and animate those properties! Covered in the post, amongst many other interesting demos, are Jhey’s own Pure CSS Stopwatch and my own animated gradient border …

The Future of CSS: Scroll-Linked Animations with @scroll-timeline (Part 1)

The “Scroll-linked Animations Specification” is an upcoming addition to CSS that defines a way for creating animations that are linked to a scroll offset of a scroll container. Let’s take a look at how it works and what results we can achieve with it.

The Surprising Things That CSS Can Animate

Back in June, Will Boyd wondered what things CSS can animate, which turns out to be quite a lot. This articles explores some of the unexpected things that CSS can animate and some nifty things you can do by animating them. I like this demo where you choose between two options (in which a z-index …

Animated Greyscale to Color Image Reveal Effect

Ana Tudor recently shared a trick on how to make an image partially greyscale: #tinyCSStip Would you like to apply `filter: grayscale(1)`, but only partly, not everywhere? You can emulate that with blend modes. background: url(cat) 50%/ cover, linear-gradient(-45deg, transparent 50%, grey 0);background-blend-mode: luminosity Many variations possible. — Ana Tudor 🐯 (@anatudor) January 20, 2021 …