Today weâ€™d like to share four typography animations with you. Letters are such a great thing to play with and they allow for so many interesting interactions and effects to enhance a design and make decorative headlines stand out. For some animations we use anime.js. Charming.js helps us with the needed structure for the letters. We use some modern CSS properties like CSS Grid and CSS Variables in the demos, so please view them with a capable browser.
A jQuery plugin utility which idempotently wraps every word within an element in a unique span and assigns each word a line-number data attribute. Takes a per-word callback function as an argument.
A jQuery plugin utility which dynamically inserts a symmetrical pull-quote element clone to enable a hacky float: center between two columns of text.
hrStringColor is a jQuery plugin to set color on seperate Characters in string.
Short and funny phrases using CSS3 to make the animation.
In this tutorial we will recreate a simple glitch hover effect using pure CSS.
Today weâ€™d like to share some inspiration for letter effects with you. We wanted to explore some simple, creative animations for display typography and large headlines using anime.js. These kind of animations can really enhance a certain message; combining these effects with a fitting font and playing with transforms opens up a huge range of possibilities. We hope this set inspires you and gives you some ideas on how to use an animation library like anime.js for this purpose.
Today weâ€™d like to show you a fancy little lettering animation made with SVG and anime.js. The idea is inspired by Jake Bartlettâ€™s gorgeous opening animation for the â€œShading Letters in Illustratorâ€ Skillshare class by Jamie Bartlett. While we didnâ€™t do any shading, we wanted to animate the stroke of each letter multiple times to achieve a similar effect.