Export After Effects animations to HTML5

Animation on the web is here to stay. It's in everything from the subtle movements that help bring our UI design to life, to fully animated Canvas experiences and WebGL experiments that are challenging what we once thought was possible in the browser. 

While the creativity of devs and the capabilities of browsers are increasing, animation on the web has long been a poor relation to video – something that the motion graphics community has approached with caution for years. Remember that if you've got a complex site to maintain, your web hosting service needs to be on point.

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Martin is a developer and animator at Leeds-based collective Hungry Sandwich Club.