This is a left side footer concept for the old http://familysearch.org
Definite opportunity for a realistic parallax effect.
almost 4 years ago
Ooohh Jesh you're right, parallax would look beautiful here!
Gorgeous. Love everything about it.
I like the parallax here in theory.. However, I'd almost rather not ruin this realistic piece with something as gimmicky as a parallax effect.
This is really stunning, very much like the whole design!
Thank you for your kind words and likes.
I think if done subtly the parallax would be really really cool on this. Even if you don't do it the footer will look stunning.
Hey, thanks Brad. If I keep in mind the users eye in relationship to the mountain range, realistically the parallax movement would be very slight. So, I think you're absolutely right.
I absolutely love this. Reminds me of Alan Wake and Twin Peaks.
Keep in mind, the parallax wouldn't happen unless someone was resizing the window, an action already involving motion, etc.
@Jesse That depends, he might be using the mouse tracking method.
Ah... if that's the case, then yeah, i'd be very leery of shuffling things around just because a user's moving their mouse.
Either way, the effect will be very subtle. Content is king.
This is awesome, and it *really really* reminds me of a designers website who's name escapes me at the moment, all I know there is "VIGLET" somewhere in the title/header, either way he also has a very similar and awesome layered scene.
As for your piece, it's beautiful, Great work. I think the parallax effect will only add to the experience, so long as its very minor.
Beautiful. Simply beautiful.
Wills, I think you mean "VIGET" and yes, the Inspire blog is very beautiful. Thank you for your kind words.
+1 for parallax on window resize :)
Very nice indded
oh my gosh, this is beautiful. so scenic and crafty!
Am I missing something here? This style has been on http://www.viget.com/inspire for what seems like forever.
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