Most designers agree: motion design for user interfaces is this… difficult, elusive skill that somehow only advanced Dribbble users know how to do. Either you’re a pro or a complete newbie at it. There's little in-between. But it shouldn’t be like that. The scarcity of resources for learning motion design is a problem that I believe can be easily remedied by the design community choosing to adopt one thing: open-source. Developers have caught onto this idea long ago, maximizing their collective efficiency by leaps and bounds. I think that the design community could take some pointers.
The purpose of this project is to strengthen the presence of motion design in the open-source world i.e. building a platform where designers share their ideas, thus transforming the design community into one that's more eclectic, creative, and efficient.
I'm creating an archive of animation project files for all the motion studies I will be making on my journey from a beginner to an expert in motion design. These project files will be publicly accessible and downloadable for other designers to inspect, use, and learn from.