Some websites are made for presentations or product showcases. Given the ability of creating interactive websites, we could build one mainly focus on the real object itself and generating interactions based on users’ inputs, such as scrolling, cursor moving, dragging, etc. So today we’d like to show you a few websites focuses on these areas and how they make the real life objects or products popping up on your screen. This definitely can’t compete with the almighty Flash but an efficient way to highlight whatever you gonna promote.
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A public organisation website to help people aware of landmines and to stop the damage of explosive remnants of war. The symbolic gesture of this campaign is rolling up a pant leg or sleeve, which can be easily seen and done on this websites. It’s very straightforward and impressive. I would lend my leg if I see this website.
It’s actually a background video of an office full of creative people moving around. The interesting thing is the twitter updates on each person’s head. And it’s updating realtime with corresponding smiley faces…
It looks like a big table with plates of food and menu you’d like to see. When the cursor is on the edge, it automatically moves to the next area of ‘table’. How about turn off the laptop and have dinner in this restaurant?
Followings are all basically parallax effects with the product focused in the middle.