Is your project including a large images or video files?
Are you creating a long one page website and don’t want your visitors to stare at a blank or messy screen while everything is loading?
Learn how to create a nice CSS3 spinning preloader in this tutorial.
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Two weeks to go to the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil and what was originally created as a little side project is suddenly getting 2500 visits per day on average.
35000 views in one day is also by far the most visited project I have ever worked on!
Discovershadow.com by Raffael Stüken has been awarded site of the day by the prestigious AWWWARDS on the 19th May 2013.
Discovershadow.com is a one page website promoting a new iPhone app which will help you to remember your dreams. And with this innovative app comes also an innovative website full of little details.
You’ve asked for the code snippets of the Merry Christmallax and in this post I share with you a screencasts related to CodePen examples demonstrating how the site was put together.
We all know that parallax websites are currently the most talked about topic in web design and development. This trend doesn’t show any signs of slowing down and plenty of great parallax websites are popping up like mushrooms after the rain.
The Be Moved page by Sony certainly stands out from the crowd.
Let’s have a closer look under the hood of this visually engaging site.
Pete R. introduced his One Page Scroll to the world a few weeks ago.
He did a great job on replicating the one page scrolling effect used on the new Apple iPhone 5S/5C websites.
I have looked at the animations briefly in my previous post – Apple iPhone 5C page decunstructed
Today I want to show you how these animations were created in a more detailed breakdown.
The new iPhone 5C and 5S were released a couple of weeks ago and were mostly criticised for the lack of innovation and the new, colourful, flat iOS7.
Let’s forget the products and the new iOS for a moment and have a look under the hood of the Apple iPhone 5C/5S website.
Another look under the hood of a popular website with a non-traditional layout. This time I am deconstructing the
CSS of the most recent version of myspace.com.