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Best Tools and Plugins for Creating Parallax Websites

The abundance of single-page website layouts has become quite a hot ticket in recent years. I’ve been impressed to see developers jumping onto this trend releasing many free open source plugins and scripts. Parallax itself is defined as a change of perception in objects based on the viewpoint. This can extend to parallax backgrounds, text, images, or other page elements. The recursive features of parallax d ...

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How to Do Parallax Properly with Great Performance

Advertise here via BSA Parallax has become, for better or worse, an increasingly popular web trend. The problem is, a vast majority of sites using parallax suffer from terrible scroll performance. It’s especially bad on devices with high pixel density like retina MacBook Pro’s. Dave Gamache has published an article: Parallax Done Right . He played quite a bit with parallax sites and has come up with a non-c ...

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Web Design 2014: What to Watch Out For

This year has been a brilliant year in web design. More than any other year perhaps, huge strides have been made towards the maturing of the field. Let’s have a look at some of what we can expect for the future of web design as an industry. Solutions to the Slicing Problem Anyone who has been doing web design for longer than a few years has undoubtedly faced the problem of the gap between design and front-e ...

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Good-Looking Animations For iOS – Canvas

When developing with Xcode and Objective-C, it is usually hard and time-consuming to create animations. Canvas is a project that makes adding good-looking animations easy for iOS apps. With almost no coding, effects like fade, zoom in/out, slide, bounce, pop, shake and more are available for use. The project is not only about animations but currently comes with a “custom font” component and plans to add one ...

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How They Did It: Alice in Videoland

This summer I started building a modern retelling of “Alice in Wonderland”, an interactive storybook web app by the name of Alice in Videoland . It ended up being featured in a sister article in Adobe Inspire as well as turning into an encore-winning presentation I gave at CSS Dev Conf 2013. The project was meant to be educational, a testing ground for new CSS animation techniques and desktop-to-tablet Java ...

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How They Did It: Inception Explained and Mailchimp’s 2012 Year in Review

One-off marketing pages and sites are increasingly popular; in particular, these “focused interaction experiences” have grown around the entertainment industry, reporting, and product pitches. Today, we will be focusing on the nuts and bolts that went into building inception-explained.com and Mailchimp’s 2012 Year in Review . Both of these sites have some similarities in terms of technical implementation, a ...

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Huge & Free User Interface Kit For jQuery – jKit

Advertise here with BSA jKit is a free user interface library for jQuery that offers lots of functional features and components. It works cross-platform and includes slideshow, tabs, accordion, parallax, zoom, tooltip, form handling, ticker and much more. The functions can be integrated as JavaScript or with the help the data-jkit attribute as HTML. jKit has a very handy “macro” feature that allows defining ...

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NikeBetterWorld Parallax Effect jQuery Plugin

Advertise here via BSA A couple of months ago, Ian Lunn has created a jQuery Vertical Parallax Demo that manipulated CSS to make multiple backgrounds move at different speeds relative to the users movement of the scroll bar. This type of effect is slowly appearing across various websites on the web, achieved using many different techniques. Nikebetterworld took the idea to a new level. Now Ian Lunn has writ ...

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