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  1. Hello fellow GreenSock enthusiasts, The company I run ( BannerWave ) is looking to expand and we need a couple part time to full time animators / developers. Here are the specifics of the position. Required skills / tools / technologies: 1. HTML5 / CSS / JS (canvas) 2. GSAP platform 3. WebGL (optional at the base level) 4. Node Experience (optional but a big plus) Experience with: 1. Simple to Complex animation using Greensock 2. Interactive elements (even mini-games) 3. Cross-browser compatibility (IE 9+) 4. Interpreting client feedback. This position is a 100% offsite position. If you are interested and would like to setup a time to talk with use just email us info@bannerwave.com with your resume or LinkedIn profile. Looking forward to talking to you! Thanks!
  2. Hi all, I just wanted to let everyone know that there is an online timeline based animator that lets you produce GreenSock-JS powered animations visually without writing a single line of code. If you still do want to write some code however, you can download the resulting html and js-files and edit them yourself. That way, the tool can be used for creating the general structure of the animation, and you can perfect it with any custom code required. Right now, the tool supports animating text and images. Check it out at http://tweenui.com/animator We'd love to get more feedback from the GreenSock community about the tool. Sincerely, Erik
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