Ad Animation Guide

Today, dearest readers, today we focus on visually explaining Joee’s animation rules–using sloths. Yes you read that right. Without further adieu, here’s everything you need to know:

Fluid Animation:

You guessed it Einstein, this means the banner can be animated like a video. Here’s what that looks like:

That said, you’re probably trying to include an animated call to action or flashing elements in order to grab addition. We can’t be mad at that, good for you being clever and all.

There’s nothing wrong with adding animated text or shapes, there just need to be a minimum of two seconds between frames.

Too Fast ❌

Two Seconds ✅

Rotating Images ✅

On most sites, animation is either allowed or it isn’t while others only allow rotating images. Yet another self-explanatory rule, don’t you think? Just in case it isn’t clear, here are a few examples–using rotating pictures of sloths, of course: Digital wizardry allows you to add tons of images to your animated banners, keeping the quality high and file size low. Tons of pics are fine, as we mentioned above you’ll want a two second delay between the photos.

Have a look at the GIFs below:

Too Fast ❌

Bliking Animation ❌

Two Seconds ✅

That covers it! Keep in mind these rules apply to every other type of animated advertisement supported by Joee and not reserved for sloth GIFs.