Meetings and Conferences

The lashes had to go! So I started Web Animation Weekly, which required me to check and close my tabs every week. But then web animation took off and there were too many newsletters, tabs and tweets – something had to change. So I automated.” Rachel uses IFTTT to review the newsletters.  She’s subscribed to and ranks all the ones with specific.  Words in a document that she reviews at the end of the week. It then separates the wheat from the chaff and shares relevant news with Buffer.  Which also uses IFTTT to funnel that data into a spreadsheet of newsletter material. It has similar settings for Twitter and GitHub repositories. The added bonus is that Rachel can easily have conversations.  With the community on Animation at Work Slack, which she founded.

The problem with this information gathering network is that. I now only see news related to the web animation space, which could give.  A skewed idea of ​​the state of the industry as a whole. Rachel Nabors, web animation weekly “The problem with this information Congo-Brazzaville B2B List gathering network is that now I only see news related to the web animation space.  Which could give a skewed idea of ​​the state of the industry as a whole. Continuous Learning in Web Design and Development.  Rachel Nabors Your newsletter prompted Rachel Nabors to automate the information gathering process. You may also be interested in: Creative Side Projects: A Practical Guide. 4. Check the dark corners Rachel also likes to keep an eye out for the next little thing that will go big. For example, Bodymovin’, a library that allows people to export their After Effects animations to HTML, SVG, or Canvas.

Colleagues and Co-workers

When this first appeared in my newsletter mailing queue, I was excited and saw its potential to make an impact. Now projects like Lottie from AirBnb build on that, and Lottie isn’t even for the web! she gets excited. You can pay attention to the same things happening with the same people, but it’s what you’re not paying attention to that will surprise you. Remember to check dark corners regularly, and don’t just wait for the big stuff to hit you in the nose. Rachel Nabors, web animation weekly “You can pay attention to the same things happening with the same people, but it’s what you’re not watching that will surprise you. Remember to check dark corners regularly and don’t wait for the big stuff to hit you in the nose.” Continuous Learning in Web Design and Development: Lottie Lottie is an iOS, Android, and React Native library that renders After Effects animations in real-time.

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Learn by doing According to Ray Villalobos, professor of full-stack design/development, it’s easy to watch a video or attend a meeting on a topic. “But you’re only going to learn it, if you try. Take notes while you attend one of these, but most importantly, as soon as possible, come back and try it out.” The 10% Solution One of Ray’s favorite tips to learn is to plan on doing something you’ve never done before on every project, but only if it’s 10 to 15 percent of your project. “Don’t make the mistake of trying to learn too much on a real-life project,” he warns. “If you’re pretty comfortable with Sass, for example, try using PreCSS or CSSNext for your next project. It is so similar that you will only need to learn a little more and it will pay off in the future. Make sure to include that learning time in every project.”

Go Straight to the Source

Don’t make the mistake of trying to learn too much on a real life project. Ray Villalobos, professor of full-stack design/development Build and break your own app For Kevin Kononenko, the main recommendation is to create a sandbox project with the technology and see how it works. “I realize this is common advice, but it’s good for a couple of reasons,” he explains. “You learn to use the technology independently, without all the dependencies that come with an existing project. Since you’ll need to spend more time creating a sandbox example, it’s also a good way to determine if you’re really passionate about using the new technology! If you don’t care enough to put in the extra time, you don’t want to integrate it with an existing project and deal with the challenges that follow.

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