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'Malooka' is responsive launching soon template featuring 8 different background options including video, slideshow, pattern and even a map option. Other notable features include Twitter Feed, Flickr Feed and a countdown timer. At $7 you can really test your new idea online affordably and validate against the gathering of emails in the newsletter signup box near the footer.
23 Apr 2014
Clean responsive one pager featuring some subtle CSS transitions for Italian UI designer, Michele Mazzucco. Lovely little touch with the nav hamburger icon turning into an X once the menu has opened. I'm trying to work out the meaning of the circle icon for the logo but do love this minimal approach.
19 Apr 2014
Responsive long one pager for Belgian digital agency, Barnyard. Quite a trippy zoom-in effect on the intro slideshow. There is quite a trend currently of 45 degree tilted squares (why do I want to call it a diamond?) filled with a normal orientation background image - and this site is filled with them.
17 Apr 2014
*Warning spoilers in right column of screenshot* 'Game of Thrones Helper' is an incredibly well done informational one pager that lists all the characters in the series including their current status in the seven kingdoms. There is also a very useful episode recap accordion to the right. The arrangement of this large volume of AJAX-loading content is super slick and the site adapts beautifully on all devices. Lovely touch with the "spoiler alert" preloader. Exceptional one page website Pierre, bet this is going to bring you a ton of new clients.
16 Apr 2014
AJAX loading informational one pager for 'raTrust' - a non-profit effort to bring awareness of HIV and STI's. The site really does mean well and they've done a pretty good job arranging a ton of content but feel it is still quite buggy including some annoying transitions. Pretty nice touch with the donate feature, hope you guys get some funding.
07 Apr 2014
Full screen AJAX loading one pager for Russian production studio, ProFilm. The portfolio items feature the 'Split Screen' effect as your scroll - definitely been seeing this used more often. I like how they've handled the About, Clients and Contact sections with the use of a double tier slide-out DIV out the left nav.
07 Apr 2014