About Daniel Morgan

Daniel is Tumult's support lead. He enjoys empowering animators around the world to create smooth animations for every browser, device, and server.

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Vector Animation Contest Winners

Over the past few months, we’ve loved seeing all the creative animations built by our beta-testing team. Hype 4 is shaping up to be a game-changing release for vector animation, and we’re lucky to have such a talented group of designers, developers, and motion graphic animators putting the in-development features to the test. After encountering […]

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Guest Post: Making ‘Welcome to Tallowmere’ with Tumult Hype

This guest post was written by Trevor Young, the cofounder and animator at Tapocketa Studio, who previously led teams in the feature film effects industry on films like Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Below, Trevor shares his experience working in Tumult Hype to create an interactive web project titled Welcome to Tallowmere: Welcome to Tallowmere […]

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Tumult Hype 3.6.4 Update Now Available

We just released Tumult Hype version 3.6.4. This update fixes several bugs and it is recommended that everyone update immediately. Tumult Hype v3.6.4 is a free update to v2 and v3 users and requires macOS 10.8 or later. Read the full release notes here. If you bought from the Mac App Store: Open the App Store by going […]

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Easy Embedding HTML5 Animations in WordPress with the official Hype Animations Plugin

In this post, I’d like to introduce a new WordPress plugin for embedding interactive and animated content in WordPress: Tumult Hype Animations for WordPress. For a quick walkthrough of how to use this plugin, watch this video. If you’re not familiar, Tumult Hype is a powerful tool for building advanced interactive and animated content that works […]

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Tumult Hype WordPress Plugin Examples

To show off the new plugin for adding Tumult Hype animations to your self-hosted WordPress site, here are a couple Hype documents embedded in our blog.       These two animations appear like the following in the post editor, and took about 30 seconds to get on our site:   For more info about the […]

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Notes from the 2017 Hype Conference and the iBooks Author Conference

The Hype Conference in Nashville, TN is the second year of the gathering produced by Score Publishing and Bradley Metrock. Below are some videos from the day and also an overview of the presentations at the iBooks Conference.   We kicked off the Hype Conference with Shirley Yang’s presentation of her work in instructional design […]

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Hype Conference Happy Hour

Join Team Tumult at HQ Beercade in Nashville for a happy hour (or two) before the Hype Conference. Have a drink on us, play some free arcade games, and meet Hype Conference attendees. Hope to see you there! When: Friday, October 13th @ 6pm – 9pm Where: HQ Beercade Nashville — 114 2nd Ave S, […]

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The 2017 Tumult Hype Conference

(Recap here!) The second Hype Conference will take place on October 14th in Nashville, TN. We’re looking forward to another year of amazing presentations and getting back in touch with our community! The event will be held at Vanderbilt University. If you’re around Friday evening before the conference, join us for a Happy Hour.

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Visualizing Live Data in Tumult Hype

This post is a complement to Getting Started with Infographics in Tumult Hype and shows off a few methods to work with live numbers, text, and data pulled at regular intervals for use in your visualizations. There are three examples, and sometimes a ‘wall of code’ but I promise these techniques will come in handy if you want […]

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Getting Started with Infographics in Tumult Hype

In this post, I’m going to share some tips on creating infographics & data visualizations in Tumult Hype and show off a few amazing examples. Who am I? I’m Tumult’s support director, and it’s my mission to help journalists, design agencies, digital book designers, and museums make the most of what Hype can do. So what […]

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