I have been animating and working with timelines since I worked in Macromedia/Adobe Flash throughout its zenith on the web. I was a Certified Macromedia and Adobe Flash Designer and Developer working in ActionScript 1, 2 & 3. Using Flash I created; for offline use, large interactive presentations, small programs that solved a task specific to a companies needs, complex multi-screen timelines, multimedia kiosk presentations, animated openings for corporate meetings, and I of course also used Flash to create parts of, or entire websites online, working extensively with video content when “.FLV”s where the best way to customize and show videos online. I also designed the intricate interfaces before implementing them in Flash.
Because I have been working on the web since its inception, the format has brought me through a constantly changing landscape of skills. Once Flash was no longer a viable form of animation on the web I took to HTML5 from its inception and have worked in Adobe (Edge) Animate until it was folded into Flash and became Animate CC, but I currently prefer to create complex animations in Tumult’s Hype or hand-coding them. All of the work below was created using HTML5. Except for the first animation, all of the work below was done for Knowledge Factor/Amplifire and integrated into their learning software. When the animations were used as visual aids inside of the questions they were only 300px wide, so they can look a bit stretched when shown full screen.
While looking through the animations you will see the use of both my vector and raster-based artwork that were used in creating the final animations.