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Algorithms for Animation
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| by Courtney Hemphill Follow 0 Followers on Oct 02, 2016 |

Courtney Hemphill walks through the basic principles of animation design and the simple formulas that can be used to create robust animations, starting with an introduction into interpolation functions and how they can be crafted to represent natural movement, showing how this translates into software applications and then dives briefly into physics engines.

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Courtney Hemphill is a partner at Carbon Five, an integrated product design and development firm. She has done full stack development for over 10 years with both startup and enterprise companies. Today she spends a lot of her time convincing people that building less is more and that the cloud is solid and secure.

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