SVGator has been designed to simplify the way designers and developers animate SVG and to make SVG animations achievable by everyone.
San Francisco, California (PRWEB) October 10, 2017
SVG files are next to replace other animated formats like GIF by being smaller in file size, improving page load times, and providing the perfect graphic quality of a vector, without any resolution or scale limitations.
The interest towards SVG files is swiftly increasing worldwide, yet there is no functional, online tool that would allow SVG animation through a user-friendly interface for non-technical users. SVGator has been designed to simplify the way designers and developers animate SVG and to make SVG animations achievable by everyone.
How SVGator works
Users can import static SVG files into the tool and create SVG animations by setting up keyframes or just by applying animation presets.The main feature of this product allows users to animate vector illustrations while having access to the editable source code, even though the tool itself doesn't require any coding skills.
The user interface is intuitive and simplified enough to ensure a pleasant experience while working on a project, without any coding or advanced editing skills necessary. And what's the best part? It exports a single, ready-to-use SVG file and clean code.
Simplifying the process
SVG animations have been around for over a decade, yet they are not extensively used on the web. SVGator comes as a solution for designers forced to deal with coding to animate SVG and for developers struggling with time management. Thanks to this online tool, no downloadable software, extra plugins, or frustrations are required to get started.
Launched on October 10, 2017 by a creative and ambitious team looking for an easier way to animate SVG, the first version of SVGator comes with basic features and animators to make SVG animations achievable. They plan to continuously upgrade and develop their tool to offer more and more opportunities for designers and developers to create unique online experiences through animated SVG.
Users interested in testing their tool should visit SVGator's official website: https://www.svgator.com