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12 months ago
Looks like it might be flash? I can't load it on my mobile :-/
Looks nice...but wish you did this in HTML5.
Well it looks great on my mbp, I would want the scroll to be a bit slower tough. I find it hard to land where I want. Looks great!
guys this is f* brilliant & awesome. I loved the UX scrolling used for each category, simplicity & the blue/black/white contrast. It's so different and out of the box! your work is always great & this deserve a Golden Award big time! congrats & keep on inspiring me ;)
@Wojciech Szućko @Jeff Broderick @Gustav Ågren @Tobia Crivellari ™ @Kreativa Studio @Michel Makhoul Thanks guys, appreciate it!
@Gustav Ågren you're right, we slowed down the scrolling a little bit.
Great! Really smooth!
awesome !! like it !
I thought it was html5, and I was ecstatic, then I saw it was made in flash .. sin! Do it again in html! ;)
11 months ago
@Enzo Li Volti just imagine it's HTML and you'll be ecstatic again ;)
lol @Webshocker :)
Looks great! something's wrong with the url though.(pc.asp#xpath=#xpathid=#lang=eng)
@Enzo Li Volti @Webshocker suggestion is spot on, believe me the real html5 version would be a disappointment.
@thibaud van vreckem why wrong?
1. it doesn't update when you navigate.
2. it doesn't describe the content nor is it human readable.
@thibaud van vreckem ah that you mean... sorry, I thought that website doesn't work for you :)
@thibaud @Webshocker just for the record, http://weareeli.dk/ this is HTML and have a perfect look and fluid animations.. and is almost the same website :)
@Enzo Li Volti agree, it's great
@Enzo Li Volti thanks for the link. looks good indeed.
but I can't help but notice that transitions and effects are limited to basic fades and scrolls.
(in my experience that's what you have to stick to if you don't want to hit a performance wall with today's browsers - unless you use CSS3d or even webgl, but that's another story)
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