Welcome & What You Should Know Before Starting this Course
Suggested Equipment & Gear
Why Use Dynamic Media?
Creating a Simple Slideshow with Adobe Photoshop
Creating a Looping Video Advertisement
Sharing a Panoramic or 360˚ Photo
Creating a Stop Motion Animation
Creating a Cinemagraph
Creating a Plotagraph
Creating an App Demo
Making a White Board Video
Showcasing a Product with a 360˚ Loop
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Telling Your Story on the Web & Social Media in 60 Seconds
Grabbing people's attention on the internet is getting harder and harder. Simple text and static photos just don't cut it in such a cluttered space. In this course, you can learn how to use video, motion graphics, and 360-degree imagery to create eye-catching content. Rich Harrington takes you through six step-by-step projects that feature dynamic media—from the deceptively simple slideshow to meme-worthy animated GIFs—and require nothing more than a camera or smartphone and a subscription to Adobe CC. Each project can be exported in a format that's easy to share online and on social media. By the end of the course, you'll have several options for building your next web project, whether it's to demo a product, draw attention to a cause, or promote a brand online.
- Why use dynamic media?
- Creating a simple slideshow
- Creating a looping video advertisement
- Sharing a panoramic or 360˚ photo
- Creating stop-motion animation
- Creating a cinemagraph
- Creating a plotagraph to animate photos
- Creating an app demo
- Bringing drawings to life with a whiteboard video
- Showcasing a product with a 360˚ loop