The Top 5 One Pagers from May 2018
Here are the Top 5 Single Page websites featured on the One Page Love website in May. Hope they keep you inspired to create your own beautiful One Pagers – enjoy!
Super slick Landing Page for Pulse.red - a new project time tracking tool. Neat touch with the screenshot highlight animations as you scroll and great to see a unique (and stylish) pricing table in row format. [yo-015]
4. Ravenclaw Map
Fun One Pager for Ravenclaw Map - an interactive adventure through Hogwarts school. You can earn awards as you explore rooms, discover magical creatures and uncover the castles secrets as you go. A must for Happy Potter fans and thanks for the build notes Peter! [yo-015]
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3. William Richardson
Wonderfully unique One Page portfolio for freelance graphic designer, William Richardson. When you click anywhere within the blank canvas a new portfolio item appears - each draggable and resizable. What an awesome touch with the additional features to clear the canvas, delete a single item and even download a screenshot of your curated version of William's portfolio to reference later. Kudos 👏 [yo-017]
2. FontFace Dojo
Impressive parallax effects in this Landing Page for FontFace Dojo - a browser extension to identify and bookmark fonts from any website. Also note the progress status of the intro screenshot carousal within the actual carousal arrows, very cool. Final shout-out to the quality animations in the features table! Related: ICYMI, I published a tutorial on 5 ways to Identify Fonts within a web page. [yo-017]
1. St. Moritz – In caso di MAG
Magnificent One Pager taking us to the slopes of St. Moritz. The image rich website features a subtle mountain slope parallax effect as you scroll, unique fly-in typography, a train moving mid-page, multiple gallery sliders, an interactive product and my favorite feature - a chat-style interview with World Cup alpine ski racer, Tina Weirather ⛷
Hope you enjoyed these beautiful One Pagers from May! Which was your favorite?