Animated font effects are real eye-catchers. Used correctly, they can enhance your design. Moving Letters provides you with 16 fantastic visuals.
The Swedish designer and developer Tobias Ahlin has an impressive backlog of references. First of all, he was one of Spotify's first contributors and is responsible for its design. Today, he works for Mojang, developing Minecraft. On the side, now and then, he likes to toss some smaller, and some bigger side projects into the masses.
Moving Letters by Simple Means
His open source project Moving Letters
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Ahlin Provides Further Useful Tools for Web Developers
Tobias made the code available under the liberal MIT license. Thus, you can use it for free, even in client commissions. You may already know Tobias Ahlin from his other, similar projects SpinKit
. The SpinKit displays animated status indicators, while TypeSource is a source of inspiration for the proper use of Google Web Fonts.
All three projects deserve a bookmark in every designer's toolbox.
Animated texts are eye-catching