In this issue: A major update to HyperEdit (now known as Whisk), a new ‘Book About Hype’, and many incredible animations.
Hype Universe News #5
Introducing Whisk: Did you know that Tumult Hype is actually our company’s second app? The first was a webpage editor called HyperEdit originally launched in 2003. In fact, Hype’s source editor feature comes from HyperEdit. On May 4th, we released a major update of that app with a new name: Whisk 2.0. Check it out!
'A Book About Hype' Released
With an apt yet unassuming title, A Book About Hype by Michael Garofalo covers virtually every aspect of Hype in its 500 beautiful pages. Learn more about the book and preview it here. Until June 5th, use code SAVE15 for 15% off purchases of the book at Lulu.com.
Michael (@photics) has a very high level knowledge of Hype and its inner workings. Check out some of his super useful Physics templates, all his Hype templates on Photics.com, and his incredible contributions on the forums.
Tutorials & Tips
- Embedding live and dynamic Hype animations in Open Broadcaster Studio (with a demo) by David Guillermo Escalante Trinidad
- Another golden nugget from Hans: Reveal a SVG path with Dash and Gap.
Jonathan demonstrates an awesome custom easing function for creating individual steps in an animation.
Animations We Love
- "Crazy Covid Designer" by Hans-Gerd Claßen. Hans has also made his Hype document available here.
- Advanced heart heart catheterization procedures animated by Paulo Zilberman.
- A fun jumping dog game, shared by José Alejandro Silva Ruiz
What We're Reading & Listening To
- The Web Typography book by Matej Latin is a great resource for learning about the technical and aesthetic aspects of web type.
- Quick tweet with a few composition ideas for your next graphic design project, such as 'Implementing the Rule of Thirds' and principles of grouping.
Thanks for reading!
— Team Tumult