Very useful for when you have windowed content inside of your page that shouldn’t have that ugly default scrollbar mucking up your sweet, sweet, sexy baby designs.
To skip the tutorial and view the demo in action, click here.Source: tympanus.net
This is really thought provoking. A powerful message combined with strong interactive design. Both the scrolling site and the survey were highly engaging & interactive. It ain’t your standard survey. At the end of the survey you see the score; mine was a slimmer 22 slaves.
Really makes you think. Excellent work. I’m impressed. There’s also an accompanying app.Source: slaveryfootprint.org
A fun little microsite that curates all of your favorite oldschool games, animated and all. I’m glad I found this at the end of the work day, ‘cause DAMN. Check it out.Reblogged Via: Maniacal Rage
Very creative, innovative combination of using both photo/map documentation and scrolling site techniques to make something rather unique. At least for the moment before everyone starts doing it, ha.
View the application in practice with this German site (I used chrome’s page translation tool to understand what I was reading) documenting a street in the craziest district of Switzerland.
Learn how to do it yourself here.Source: netmagazine.com