Animated texts are often used in web pages as well as PowerPoint presentations. If you would like to make interesting titles or buttons, this blog post will teach you how. Animated texts serve the purpose to diversify a visual material and make it more appealing to the reader.
Step 1) Open http://textanim.com/
Step 2) In the "Text" box insert the text you want to animate.
Step 3) Select the font type and size. You can see the font by clicking on the "Preview" button next to "Font type"
Step 4) By default there is a translucent background color. By clicking on the little palette next to the background color code, you can select a different color. We would encourage you to leave the translucent background because this will give you more flexibility when you have to work with the text.
Step 5) Under "Direction", you can select the direction of the effects. You can play around with the given options.
Step 6) You can choose to have shadows or not. Usually text with shadows looks more interesting, so we would encourage you to leave the shadow option on.
Step 7) You can delay the movement of the effects. You can insert the timing in the "Delay" box. Usually, a slower pace is more preferable than a faster pace, because it allows the audience to focus on the presentation as a whole and not on the text only.
Step 8) You can select among the many different effects, by clicking on the button next to each of the small samples.
Step 9) Once you have adjusted all of the settings, click on the "Generate" button. Your text will appear at the very top of the page.
Step 10) To save the animated text, you will see a "Download" button right below the text. Click on it and save the text.
Here are a few examples of animated text: