If you’ve been following my blog for some time, you might have come across my website deconstructions.
These articles are great especially for learning new CSS, HTML and jQuery techniques.
I am currently working on a completely new website to give them a new home and I am very excited to share the preview with you.
Here’s what you can expect.
Why website deconstructions?
This is how my mornings look like.
Just to get some inspiration and to see what’s hot.
As a front-end developer you probably do this everyday too.
You inspect the element and try to understand how some of the cool effects were created.
You might be looking for answers to some of these questions:
- How did they create this effect?
- Did they use PNG, SVG or HTML5?
- Which plugins they used?
- This must be GreenSock, or is it Velocity.js?
- Is this Skrollr or ScrollMagic?
Sounds familiar? I do this everyday.
Writing it down into these website deconstructions helps me to learn something new everyday.
Now I’ll be sharing it with you so you can learn with me.
What you can expect
My aim is to publish one website deconstruction every week.
I will pick a nice website with some eye catching effects and will try to break it down.
It will be a mix of visual deconstructions like this:
Basically anything that I am interested to know from the front-end developer perspective.
You can look forward to learn from some of these cool deconstructions.
Or submit a site for deconstruction.
Do you want to contribute?
I am looking for other passionate front-end developers to contribute.
- Do you want to be part of this new exciting project?
- Do you like to learn new things?
- Do you like to share your knowledge?
- Do you want to grow you online presence?
If you answered yes to these questions, I would love to hear from you.
What do you think about the idea and have you come across a website worth deconstructing?
Let me know in the comments below.
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