Did you know 80% of brain growth happens in the first three years of life?
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Cycle interactions (cycle next and cycle previous) allow users to cycle through a folder or group of objects at the click of a button. When a user clicks to activate this interaction, Ceros will automatically show the next object (or group) in your targeted carousel group while also turning off the visibility for all of the other assets in that group. Alternatively, you can use the cycle previous interaction to show the previous object in the carousel group.
Turn flat objects into multidimensional, dynamic content by adding a drop shadow. To apply a drop shadow, select the shape or image and add a shadow in the design panel. Experiment with the shadow color, blurriness, and position in relation to the asset.
Object states give you the ability to transform assets from a default state to a hover or click state.
Each CTA has a hover state where the square shape changes color and the y-position of the entire button changes.
To replace an image, select the png or jpeg on the canvas or in the layers panel and click the "Replace image" button, which is next to the image thumbnail in the design panel. Any applied animation to the original image will carry over to the new one.
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The laptop and phone both utilize masking. To replace the image, expand the 'Mask Group,' select the image, and replace the image.
To change the color of the icons, select the Square shape or Circle shape in the "Icon" group, scroll down in the design panel, and select the desired color swatch.
OUR COMMITMENT TO
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
“As it turns out, the first three years of life may be the most important in our children’s lives. Quality childcare and parental involvement are critical factors in stimulating the brain for healthy development. Supporting families with investments in childcare and early learning is important for the workforce today and perhaps more importantly, it is helping to build the workforce of tomorrow.”
Founder and CEO, Contec, Inc.
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
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Contec's Founder and CEO, Jack McBride, serves on the Board of this national, bipartisan nonprofit that promotes solutions ensuring that our next generation of Americans will be successful, productive members of Society.
The Basics are five evidence-based parenting and caregiving principles that encompass much of what experts find is important for children from birth to age three. Every child from every background can benefit from routinely experiencing The Basics.
Spartanburg County First Steps mission is to help all young children in our county arrive at school ready to learn and prepared for success. To accomplish this, First steps supports evidence-based programming, builds relationships with early learning centers, and collaborates with community partners.
THE PALMETTO BASICS
SPARTANBURG COUNTY FIRST STEPS
Investing in our children, our workforce, and our entire economy.
WORKING TOGETHER, DOING WHATEVER IT TAKES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
Early Childhood Development is just one component of Contec's Commitment to our Community and Corporate Social Responsibility .