So I have been asked on more than a few occasions to use my AE skills to create interactive graphics for websites. I always respond, "Sorry, talk to a webby person!". I have just had another incident which has sent me here. So here is the question:
Other than iWeb, I have no web skills and I don't want to learn extensive coding (other than what I need to know for AE expressions).
Is there a way to translate AE comps to create web content, either with HTML snippets, gadgets or whatever?
You can export from After Effects to Flash and create interactive web content. I don't have any experience with it myself other than a lesson from one of the "Creating Motion Graphics" books years ago (recommended), but I recall it wasn't super difficult but did have to be done a specific way to work correctly. Here's the Adobe Help Page to get you started, then try googling "after effects to flash" for some more info. HTH
Thanks for the response!
I think that would be just for creating a flash movie, yes?
I was thinking something with more interactivity from the users end.
Meaning, the user hovers over a "layer" and gets a visual change or a link to somewhere. Maybe there's a better way to this from Photoshop rather than AE.