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Eve Weinberg on learning to code and bringing motion design to the browser

In this month's guest post, the talented and versatile Eve Weinberg discusses her love for motion design as well as her shifting perspective on the industry and the type of work she wants to make as she embarks on a new chapter in her career.
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