The days of over-the-top Flash animation may be long gone now, but that doesn’t mean you should abandon animation altogether. Subtly animated page transitions can give your websites a professional look and improve the user experience. Learn how to create them in our new course, Creating Animated HTML5 Page Transitions.
If you want to code a mobile app, you need to know a programming language. But it can be hard to choose the best language (or languages) for a project. There are a lot of options out there, and in this post I’ll help you narrow them down so that you can pick the best.
Thankfully, HTML5 has become the standard for multimedia web design. Gone are the days of Flash and Silverlight plugin headaches, as HTML5’s support for audio and video page elements has brought a standard across all platforms—not to mention the benefits of SEO and offline caching.
With the recent change of YouTube’s policy of requiring creators to reach 10,000 views before earning advertising revenue, we see the sun setting on the Golden Age of YouTube. Now more than ever, there is a push for creatives to develop their own video platform and sell their own advertising.