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An ebook for iPad and OS X, designed to help you learn CSS transitions and animations through interactive examples
1,020 backers pledged $20,544 to help bring this project to life.

Rewards Update!

Posted by Vicki Murley (Creator)
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The past week has been a blur of posters, t-shirts, envelopes, tubes, and mailing labels! The latest news on rewards is:

  • Posters were mailed on Monday, and should arrive at all US locations by the end of the week. 
  • T-shirts are being printed today, and will be in the mail tomorrow. 
  • If your reward level included a copy of CSS Transforms: An Interactive Guide, you'll receive a message that includes download instructions within the next week.

As these rewards are making their way to you, I thought you might like a behind-the-scenes look at what went into creating them. Photos below!

If you have any questions, please send email to ask@sprightlybooks.com. Thank you for supporting this Kickstarter project!

A CSS property to animate, a duration, and a timing function. After designing the icons, we created several paper test prints to make sure they were sized just right.
A CSS property to animate, a duration, and a timing function. After designing the icons, we created several paper test prints to make sure they were sized just right.
 
Our t-shirt printer, Free Gold Watch. Their space is amazing, and the staff here really goes the extra mile. Plus, if you're in the Bay Area and looking for pinball, they've got you covered!
Our t-shirt printer, Free Gold Watch. Their space is amazing, and the staff here really goes the extra mile. Plus, if you're in the Bay Area and looking for pinball, they've got you covered!

                      
Lots of activity at Free Gold Watch. Your tees in Eggplant, Heather Black, and Slate.
Lots of activity at Free Gold Watch. Your tees in Eggplant, Heather Black, and Slate.
Proofs of the posters, used to finalize print color choices. Once that was done, the final versions (without color test squares) were printed, rolled, tubed, addressed, and shipped!
Proofs of the posters, used to finalize print color choices. Once that was done, the final versions (without color test squares) were printed, rolled, tubed, addressed, and shipped!

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    1. Matthew Sullivan on

      I'm so looking forward to the books.

    2. Makis on

      The book, is stunning. Thank you very much!