To begin, I am a huge fan of Google's Material Design principles (http://www.google.com/design/spec/material-design/introduction.html), and would love to use Webflow to implement some cool transition animations. However, I am having trouble trying to figure out a good way to create transitions where there is an anchor point on the clicked element. In other words, if you have a category row of three products...  ...the transition to the individual product page would begin on the clicked element...ie. [Left] [Middle] [Right].
Here's a site that I reference often for inspiration: http://www.materialup.com/
And, here's an example of a transition that appeals to me: https://dribbble.com/shots/2054817-Material-Design-E-Commerce-App?list=searches&tag=material&offset=11
The example shows a two column row, with the click interaction on the product to the left...hence the animation starts there. If the click was on the product on the right, the animation would start from that side.
My goal is to use Webflow's CMS to create a website that includes this type of transition animations. Is this possible? Any tips or demos would be very much appreciated.