Website are becoming less and less static with the rise of HTML5. Developers are adding more digital elements like animation for a more robust user experience. Video backgrounds are at the forefront of this current trend and many well-known companies have already taken advantage of it. Some sites employ large background videos to suggest the message and feeling of the brand. Others show…. If you like UX, design, or design thinking, check out theuxblog.com
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Responsive one pager for 'Kaber' - a US based consultancy that helps bring innovative products to market. I really like that off-canvas contact form, possibly the first I've seen. The background videos are great but perhaps make the overall design seem a touch busy amongst the large text and big product imagery. That being said, the parallax scrolling is slick but subtle enough to still be considerate to the user's reading experience.
Below we present 25 useful print design tutorials as well as a collection of inspirational links at the bottom of the post to improve your skills and get your imagination running wild. These tutorials make use of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, and even the experienced designers out there can give their skills a polish by taking the time to read through these tutorials to squeeze a few more tips, tricks, do’s and dont’s up their already stuffed sleeves.
Parallax scrolling is a special scrolling technique in computer graphics, wherein background images move by the camera slower than foreground images, creating an illusion of depth in a 2D video game and adding to the immersion. The technique grew out of the multiplane camera technique used in traditional animation since the 1930s, and was popularized among video games in the 1982 arcade game Moon Patrol.