Motion Graphics: Animate a Music Website Design

Motion Graphics: Animate a Music Website Design

Do you love music so much that your whole life is a soundtrack? Are you passionate about new technologies and design? Join this new Tutpad's course and learn to animate a music website using wireframes. Ready? Just hit play!

About the course

Music is the best thing in the world, we are all clear on that. No matter what genre you like, if you like 70s music, 80s, 90s, modern music... We grew up listening to music, and we will hopefully continue to enjoy it until the end. So, we are not crazy to think that the best thing in the world should have a nice place on the internet, right? Well that’s what we are going to talk about and learn on this course.

We are going to create a music website and animate it in After Effects. But first, to make sure everything is fine, we are going to take a quick guide about UX and UI design. What are those? Why do they matter? How do they work? And then we will take a look at some nice music websites around the internet. We will show you about wireframes and finally, we will begin to animate our own website, creating smooth transitions and movement that help us get to a point without unnecessary steps.

If you like music, you will probably like this course.

Which project are we going to develop?

We are going to animate a music website to showcase how it will work for a user.

Who is this course for?

This course is for everyone as the explanation is very thorough. However, having at least a basic knowledge of the software (menus, interface, basic animations) will make this course much easier.

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Course Details

Beginner level 1h 28m 11 lessons 325 users 1 attachment


After Effects After Effects


Carlos Behrens
Carlos Behrens
Carlos Behrens Teacher

Carlos is a graphic designer who works from his own studio in Spain, The Design Owl. He works with clients from all around the world designing everything from logos and stationery to animations and 3D graphics. He loves to share his knowledge with people who are eager to learn.