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Adobe Animate CC Lancashire – InForm Web Design Chorley
For nearly two decades, Flash Professional has been the standard for producing rich animations on the web. Because of the emergence of HTML5 and demand for animations that leverage web standards, Adobe have completely rewritten the tool over the past few years to incorporate native HTML5 Canvas and WebGL support. To more accurately represent its position as a premier animation tool for the web and beyond, Flash Professional has been renamed Adobe Animate CC, starting with the next release in early 2016.
Today, over a third of all content created in Flash Professional uses HTML5, reaching over one billion devices worldwide. It has also been recognized as an HTML5 ad solution that complies with the latest Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) standards, and is widely used in the cartoon industry by powerhouse studios like Nickelodeon and Titmouse Inc.
At InForm we have used Adobe Flash Professional for many years for specialist web animations. In 2016 we will continue this work with Adobe Animate CC and will be able to support client requests for this technology.
Arguably the biggest issue for the Flash platform, and by extension Flash Professional, was its reliance on an installable plugin that no one wants to install. Animate CC frees the application from the player by embracing web standards, opening up the whole of the web, including mobile.
According to Adobe over a third of the content produced in Flash Professional CC was HTML5, and in Animate CC you can export for HTML5 Canvas, WebGL, 4k video, you can even generate a sprite sheet based on keyframes and animate through them with CSS. Animate CC also introduces .OAM packaging, which is essentially a .zip format allowing you to package up assets to import into other Adobe tools like Muse CC, or Dreamweaver CC. Perhaps the biggest news is that Adobe have learnt the lesson of Flash, and have future-proofed Animate CC by building in export support for as-yet-undefined formats (just in case there’s another revolution around the corner).
For more information on Adobe Animate CC visit Adobe
The following links relate to InForm Web Design’s work with Adobe Flash Professional / Adobe Animate CC. The links listed relate to specific web site Pages and Blog Posts that refer to our Adobe Animation work including profiles of clients that have contracted us to produce animation work.
InForm Web Design were initially contacted by Brookes Bates Partnership to develop a website. The project rapidly expanded to cover the entire online and offline marketing operation. The work included Marketing Strategy, Re-branding, new logo, new stationery design, corporate brochure, service factsheets, international website, newsletter & e-newsletter design, email marketing and copywriting.Read More
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