I decided to animate a loading gif for dev.to using Anima in Sketch. Let me know which one you think is best
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Since I found out that the Tesla logo is actually a cross-section of an electric motor, I thought it might be cool to play around with it as a loading icon, having it spin or rotate in some meaningful way. Here's my first attempt. This is also my first proper
It's been a weird path, I originally just wanted a cool loading icon for my side project mydevportfol.io [https://mydevportfol.io], but building loading icons has now evolved into a bit of an addiction for me, and I've gotten quite a few requests for tutorials. I've written tutorial posts
Step-by-step tutorial - MKBHD animated loading animation with SVG and CSS
I promised, I delivered (eventually). I shared my SVG coding loading animation a month or two ago on reddit's /r/webdev [https://www.reddit.com/r/webdev/comments/6xsl3l/an_animated_loading_icon_i_made_for_my_side/] , and it went down fairly well. In my original post [https://chrisdermody.
In this post, I’ll show you how I went about coding an animated SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic) to convey to users of my web application mydevportfol.io [https://mydevportfol.io] that code is being written/generated for them while the app loads. I’ve really liked SVG icons for